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FROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA 

Dominion of Canada, 

FOR THE YEA.R OF OXJJR JL,OTtT> 



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KSTABIvISHKD 1824:. 
SEE INDEX, PAGES 231 AND 235. 



Published by the Proprietors, 
HALIFAX, N. S. 



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A. & W. MACKINLAY, T. 0. ALLEN & CO., KNIGHT & CO., HALIFAX. 

D. H. SMITH & CO., TRURO. 




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BELCHER 8 FARMERS 



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DANIEL CRONAN, 



ESTABLISHKD 183S. 



General Merchant. 



IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 



WEST INDIA FBODUGE, FISH, OILS, ftc. 

Furs I Furs I Furs I 

Unmanufaotured SEAL SKINS and FURS for Bxporta- 
tation purchased at Highest Cash Value. 



CRONAN'S WHARF. 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



N. B — Parties consijniing FURS to the subscriber way rely on receiving 
prompt and satisfactory returns by the following mail. 




BROTHERS, 

Railway, Colliery, SteamsUp, Mill 
and Contractors' Supplies. 

Agents for Leflfel and Turbine Water Wheels. 
Sturtevant's Blowers, Portable Forges, Emery 
Wheels and Grinders. ShinKle Machines ard Mill 
Machinery of every description. Pumps, Wrought 
Iron Pipe and Fittings, Boiler Tubes. Hair Felt ng. 
Steam Gauges and Glasses, Round !>nd Square 
Mouth Shovels, Picks, Riddles, Brattice Cloth, 
Miners' Sstfety Lamps and Fittings. Cotton Waste, 
Rubber and Leather Belting, Hose &c. All Goods 
at Manufacturers' Prices. 

Our assortment of Cylinder and Machine Oils is 
unequalled iti the Province. We keep the very 
finest Sewing Machina, Spindle, Engine, I^rcf 
West Virginia and Heavy Black. If we are in- 
— — — ^ formed of the work an oil is required for, we will 

supply it and guarantee satisfaction. SEND FOR PRICES. 



114 EoUis St, - EALZFAZ, N. S. 






Be sure and call for SIMSON'S LINIMENT, 



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ALMANACK. 



H. H. FULLER & CO 

Sign of the Circular Saw. 



ESTABLISHED 188B. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



GENERAL HARDWARE 



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fishjlNG supplies. 



Beai^uarterB for OoU Mi&era' Ooodt. 



41 to 45 UPPER WATER ST„ 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



1866 



Established 
OVER 20 YEARS. 



1890 



PURCHASERS OF 



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FALL m WINTER CLOTHINU 

Can get just what they want at 

BRR HIVR." 



A good assortment of Ulsters, Overcoats and Reefers, Shirts and Drawers in 
endless variety, 

TAZLOEZ^ra DEFAHTMEITT 

Now complete, with all the latest Novelties. 



Give us a Trial. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 



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114 Upper Water Street. 



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WM. BANNISXELR, 



IMPORTIR AND RKTAIL DBALBR IS 

Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, 

PLATED-WARE AND SPEGTAGLES. 

Personal attention given to all repairs. Satisfaction 
Guaranteed. 




136 Granville Street, Halifax. 

J. w. naylcSk 

DKALBR IN 

Stamped, Japanned, Plain and Pieced 

t:^inwarei, 

Galvanizedware, Wire Goods, ficc, &c. 

■WHOLKSALE AND RKTAirj. 

237 Sarrinffton Street, - BALZ7AZ, XT. S. 



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Jiats, Caps and Fups, 



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JOHN H. PHILPS, 

82 TTpper ^ater Street, - - BALZFAZ, XT. S. 

Opposite Tobin's South Wharf. 

SION OF Bia Br.UJE HAT. 

BE SURE AND MAKE NO MISTAKE OF STORE. 



Stock of Hats, Caps and Furs now complete, cotibuting of all the most 
fashionable colours and styles. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kid Gloves and Mitts 
lined and trimmed with fur. Gentlemen's Fur Gauntlets, &c. Also, 

Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Hat Cases, &c. 

WOUF AND OTHER ROBES. 

These Goods are o£fered at the very lowest prices for Cash. Do not fail to 
call and get Bargains. 



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The Leading House in the Maritime 

Provinces for 

FAELOR UNI CeWER SUITES, 

Chairs, Spring Beds, Mattresses, &e. 



ALSO 



OARPETB, 

Floor Oilclotlis, Linolenm, Eoarth Rugs, Mats, 
Window Poles, Gurtains, Blinds, &;g. 



Our Oaxpet and Bouse Fumishinff Department la the 
2ffoflt Complete in the Oity. 



Correspondence solicited and promptly attended to. 

Goods carefully packed for shipping. 

A. STEPHEN & SON, 

HALIFAX, N. 8. 

Rheumatism in the hands, after seven years' suffering. 



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MANCHESTER, 

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& ALLISON, 



St. John, N. B. 

IMPORTERS OP 

British, Frenoli and lierinan goods. 

JOBUKKH or t'A.\/lDliN AWII AMKItl^AN MANIIFACI'IUEKK, 

Manufacturers of Shirts of all kinds, 

LadloB' and Misses' Straw fiats, 

Xen's and Boy's Straw Bats, 
Blankets and Oamp Blanketiners, 

fiorse Blankets, Linings and Jumpers. 

Cloths and Tailors' Ti'immings, Mantlb Cloths, Dress Goods. 

Bibbons, Laces, Corsets, Handkfs.. Gloves, Hosiery, 

Buttons, Braids, Small Wares. Dolls, Fancy Goods. 

AfTT T TMFDV hats, bonnets, feathers, flowers, 

iTllljLli^lJlVl. CHAPES, AND MILLINERY TRIMMINGS. 

Flannels, Blankets, Mantles, Shawls, Knit Wool Goods, 
Umbrellas, Parasols, Furs. 

GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHINGS, 

SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, SCARFS, UNDERWEAR, OVERALLS, JUMPERS, 

SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. 

Grey Cottons, White Cottonb, Ticks, Prints, Sbirtinp, Cottonadeti. Ginj^hams 

Linings, Jeans, Cottons, Flannels, Linens of all kinds. Towels, Table 

Cloths, Napkins, RoUerings, Hessians and Osnabnrgs, 

Velveteens, Muslins, Knitting Yarns of all kinds. 

CAKPErS, OlLCXOTUg, BUCtS, CVUTAIM8, CKKTONNE8 AND 
HOUSE FVKNISUIWG^ of all kiudH. 

Our Travellers visit all the principal towns in Nova Scotia at freouent 
intervals. Prices low, wjd terms liberal. 

Orders by mail executed carefully and promptly. 

Country merchants who have not hitherto been dealing with us, will find it to 
their advantage to send us a trial order. 

M. R. & A. 



By the use of one bottle of SIMSON'8 LINIMENT. 



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PAvrENTILLAS at N. S. NUKSfiRT, Lockmaii 8t., HALIFAX. 

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THE ROYAL FAMILY OF UREAT HRITAIN. 



Date of Birth and Atfe in 1890. 

QUEEN VICTORIA, (£60,000 privy purho, other 

expeiiNCU, £385,000) May 24, 1819.. 71 

Prince Conhort Aug. 20, 1819 

(Died Dec. 14, 1861). 

Pbincess Royal, (X8,000) Nov. 21, 1840.. 50 

(Marriad,] an. 25, 1858, to Crown Pr. Fred. Wtn. 
of Prussia, 8 children^. 

Prince of Wales, (£40,000) Nov. 9, 1841.. 49 

( A/a merf March 10, 1863, to Alexandra, Prin- 
cess of Denmark, b. Dec. 1, 1844). Issue — 

Albert Vic. Christ. Edward Jan. 8, 1864. .26 

Georgia Fredk. Ernest Albert Juno 3, 1865. .25 

Lcuisc Vict. Alex . Dagmar Feb. 20, 1 867 .. 23 

Victoria Alex. Olga Mary . . July 6, 1 868 . . 22 

Maud Char. Mary Victoria Nov. 26, 1 869 ..21 

Princegs Alice Maud M..ry Apl. 25, 1843 

{Married July 1, 1862, to Prince Louis of Hesse, 
died Dec. 14, 1878, 7 cnildreo). 

Prince Alfrb^'^Ernest Albert (Duke of Edin- 
burgh). (£2o,000) Aug. 6, 1844.. 46 

{Married Jan. 23, 1874, to Grand Duchess Marie 
Alexandrovna of Russia, 4 children) 

Princess Helena Auo. Victoria, (£6,000) May 25, 1846.. 44 

{Married July 5, 186b, to Princo Christian of 
Schleswig-Holstein, 5 children). 

Princess Louise Car. Alberta, (£6,000) Mar. 18, 1848.. 42 

{Married Mar. 21, 1871, to John, Marquis of Lome). 

Princo Arthur Wm. Patk. Albert (Duke of Con- 
naught), (£25,000) . May 1, 1850.. 40 

{Married March 13, 1879, to Princess Louise of 
Prussia, 3 children). 

Prince Leopold G. Duncan Al. (Duke of Albany). April 7, 1853 
(A/an lerf April 27, 1882, to Princess Helen of 
Waldeck-Pyrmont, (£6,000 », died March 
28,1884,3 children). 

Princess Beatrice Mart V. Feo., (£6,000).. .. ..Apl. 14, 1857.. 33 

{Married July 23, 1885, to Prince Henry of 
Batteuburg, 2 children.) 

Dure of Cumberland Sep. 21 , 1 845 . . 45 

Duke of Cambridge, (£12,000) Mar. 26, 1819.. 71 

Duchess of Mecklenburg, (£3,000) July 19, 1 822.. 68 

Duchess of Tbck, (£5,000) Nov. 27, 1833.. 57 



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BBLCUBR'b FAlh«utl 8 



Anlierst FoubIi] ad Masliiae Works, 

A. ROBB & SONS, 

AMHERST, N. S.si""""-'"" '•'-■■"■ 



iiinetod with Tolophono Ex. 



THK IIKKCJIILES E^OIKE. 

Very latent deHijfii. Han more points combining economy, dura- 
bility and chuH])nedH than any Kngine mannfacturod in Canada. 



The Monarch Patent Inclined Fire-Box Boiler, 

iH the simpleHt, Btron^^eHt, most economical, and cheapest Boiler for 
Portable or Brick .Settinjf, in the world. 



SAT uiiL mmm or svsn? sssgmon. 

Rotary Saw Mills, Hodgson's Patent Shingle 
Machines, Lath Machines, <Scc. 

Planers, Low Water Alarms, Cresting, Fencing, 

Turbine Wheels, Tube Cleaners, Band Saws, 

Excelsior Injectors, Sight Feed Lubricators, Saw Grinders, 

Portable Forges, Scnool Seats, Lace Leather, etc. 



AL80 KXTENSIVE MANUFA0TUREK8 OF 

Stoves, Ranges, Hot Air & Hot Water Furnaoes, 

TINWARE, SINKS, PUMPS, GHURGH BELLS, ETG, 



AGENTS FOR AND JOBBERS IN 



Saws, Rubber, Leather and Gaudy Belting, Steam Fittingrs, Emery Wheels, 

Leather Buard, Steam Gau^j^es, Steam Packings, Speed Indicators, 

Wretjches, Firebrick, etc. 

Offioa and Works, Laplanohe Street. 
Retail Store and Tinsbop, Viotoria Street. 



A. ROBB & SONS. 



D. W. ROBB, Member A. S. M. Engrs., Mech'l Supt, A. ROBB. 

F. B. ROBB, Financial Manager. 



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ICINU8 at NOVA SCOTf 4 NURSERY, Lm^kman St., Halifax. 



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ALMANACK. 



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HBB MAJESTY'S MINISTERS. 



* The flifurei followlnif each tiama indicate the MiniHtcr's salar}'. 

Prime Minitter and Seci'etary for Fureiyn Affair*, Mo»t Hon. the 

Marquinof SaliHbury, K (» (£5,000). 
FirULnrdofthfTmmiry.m. Hon. VV. H. Smith (£5.000). 
Lord High Chancellor, Rt. Hon. Lord HftlHbury (£10,000). 
Lord Chancellor of Ireland, Kt. Hon. Lord AMhlxnirno (£8,000). 
Lord Prct. of Privi/ Council, Rt Hon Vihc. Craubrook, (i.e. a I. (£2,000). 
Lord Privy Seal, Karl CadoRan (£2,000). 

Chancellor of Exchequer, Rt. Hon, (Jeoree J (ioHchen (£.5,000) 
Sec. for the Home Department, Rt Hon H. MathewH, y. o. (£5,000). 
Secretarif for the Colonies, . Rt Hon Lord Knutsford, a c M.o. (£5,000). 
Secretary for War, Rt. Hon. Edward Stimhopo (£5,000) 
Secretary for India, Rt. Hon. Viscotint Cross, o. B. (£5,000) 
Fir$t Lord of the Admiralty, Rt Hon Lord (leo. Francis Haniilt«)n (£4,500) 
Pretident of Board of Trade, Rt. Hon. Sir Michael E. HiclcH-Beach, 

Bart (£2,000). 
Chan I'd hr of the Duchy of Lancaster, Rt. Hon. His Grace The Duke 

of Rutland, o. o. B. (£2,000). 
Chief Secretary for Ireland, Rt. Hon. Arthur J. Bidfour (£4,425). 
President of the Locai Government Board, Rt. Hon. C.T. Ritchie, (£2,000). 

CROWN LAW OFPICERa. 

Attorney-General, Sir R. E. Webster, q. c. (£7,000). 
Solicitor General, Sir Edward G. Clarke, y c. (£6,000). 



Stanley 
(£3,000). 



of 



oot^oniaij governors. 

Bahamas — Ambrose Shea, K. c. M o. (£*2,000). 
Barbadoea-^\r Walter Joseph Sendell (£3,000). 
fiewiurfas— Lieut. -Gen. E. N. Newgate, c. a. (£2,940). 
Bn<i«/i Cuiana -Viscount Gornianston. K. u. U. o. (£5,000). 
British Honduras— R. T. Goldsworthy, c. M. o. (£1,800). 
British New Guinea— W. MacGregor, c. M. o. (£1,500). 
British North Borneo — Gov — Charles Vandeleur Creagh. 
Canada, Dominion of: Gov. -General — Rt. Hon J..ord 

Preston, o. c. B, (£10,000). 
Cape Colony— Rt. Hon Sir H. Brougham Loch, o c. M. o. 
Ceylon— Yion. Sir A H. Gordon, o. c. M. o. (£8,000). 
Cyprus— ^\T H. E. Bulwer, o. .c. M. g. (£4,000). 
Falkland Islands— Thou. Kerr, c. M. o. (£1,000). 
Fiji Islands— Sir J. B. Thurston, K c. M. O. (£5,000). 
Gibraltar— Gen. Hon. Sir A. E. Hardinge, k. c. b (£5,000.) 
Gold Coast— Sir W. Brandford Grittith, c. M. o. (£3,500). 
Gambia — Administrator- G. T. Carter, (£1,100). 
Heligoland — 
Hong KongSiv George William des Vceux, c M. g. (£6,000). 

India:— 

Viceroy and Governor-Gentral —M.QX(\\xiii of Lansdowne, o.M.s.i 

(K».20fi>^'i per month). 
Bengal — Lt.-Goo. — Hon. Sir SteuartCilvin Bayley,K.o s.i. (R.8,333). 
N.-W. Prov. and Oudh — Lt.-Gov. — Hon. Sir Auklana Colvin, 

K. c. M. o. (Rs. 8,333). 
Punjab -Lt.-G9v. — Hon. James Broadwood Lyall (Rs. 8,333). 
Cent. Prov. — Chief Com. — Alexander Mackenzie, c. s i. (Rs. 4,166) 
Burmah— Chief Com.— Sir C. H. T. Crosthwaite, c. .s. r. (Rs, 4,166). 
Aseam — Chief Com.— Dennifi Fitzpatriok, c. s. i. (Rs. 4,166). 
Madras — Gov. — Rt. Hon. Lord Connemara, o. c, i. r. (Ra. 10,000).) 
Bombay — Gov. — Rt. Hon. Lord Reay. g. c. i. e. (Rs. 10,000). 



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Z«6wa»— [Vacant] (£800). Acting Gov.— Peter Leys. 
Lagos— Q. A. Maloney, c. M. o. (£1,700). 
Leeioard Islands -W. F. Haynes Smith, c M. G. (£6,000). 
ilfa«a— Lieut. -Gen. Sir Henry D'Oyley TorrenB, K. c. b. ($5,000). 
Mauritius — Sir Charles Cameron Lees, K. 0. M. G. (Rs. 60,000). 
Natal and Zululand— Sir A. E. Havelock, K C. M. o. (£4,000). 
Newfoundland -Hir John T. N. O'Brien, K. c. M. o (£2,500). 
Neiv S. Wales— Ut Hon. Lord Carrington, G. C. M. G. (£7,000). 
New Zealand—The Earl of Onslow, K. c. M. G. (£7,500). 
Queensland— Gen. Sir H. W. Morman, G. c B. (£5,000). 
Sierra Leone— Ca.pt. J. S. Haye, C. M. G. (£2,500). 
South Australia— The Earl of Kintore, K. c. M. o. (£5,000). 
Stj-aits Settlements— Sir Cecil Clement Smith, K. c. M. Q, (£6,000). 
St. Helena— llou William Grey Wilson (£500). 
Tasmania-Sir R. G. C: Hamilton, K. c. B. (£5,000). 
Trinidad— Sir W. Robinson, K. c. M. o. (£4,000). 
Victoria— (£10,000). 

West Australia— (£2,.500). 

Windward niands -Sir SValter F. Hely-Hutchinson, (£2,600). 
Channel Islands:— 

./frsrw— Lieut. -Gen. C. Brisbane Ewart, c. B., R. E. (£1,700). 

Guernsey— Lieut.-Gen.— Sir Edward G. Bulwer, k.c.b., c.b. (£1,700). 

Isle of Man-Spencev Walpole (£1,800). 



Croion Agents for Coianic*'.— Capt. M. F. Ommaney, c. M. o., R. B. ; E. E. Blake, 
Esq. (Downing Street, S W., and 1 Tokenhouse liuildings, E. C.) 

Canada— Sir Charles Tupper, o. c. m. g., JJiuh Commissimier ; J. G. Colraer, Esq., 
Sec, 9, Victoria Chambers, Victoria Street, S. \V., London. 

Ontario— V. Byrne, Emigration Agent, Nottinjjhani Buildings, 19, Brunswick 
Street., Liverpool. 

British Columbia —Henry C. Beeton, 3.3, Finsbury Circus, E. C, London. 



ENGLISH KEPRESENTATIVES IN FOREIGN 

COUNTRIES. 

America, United States ov.—Unv. Ex. and Min. PUn., Hon Sir Julian Paunoe* 

fote, o. c. B , (£6,00;)). 
Aroentine Republic— £7iy. Ex. and Min. PUn., Hon. F. J. I'ackenham, (£3,000>. 
AuSTRiA-HnNOARY— .4 mftassadori'x. andPlen., Rt. Hon Sir A. B. Paget, (£8,000). 
Badbn— CArtr^e d'Afaire», Hon W. N. Jocelyn, c. b., (£1,250). 
Bavaria — Charge d'Afaires, Vic. A. W. Druiiunond, (£1,450). 
Belgium — Env. Ex. and Min. Plen., Lord Vivian, k. c. m o., c. b., (£3,230). 
Brazil — Env. Ex. and Min. Plen.,G. H. Wyndhani, c. b., (£4,000). 
BvhQAKiA—AgeM and Conmd-Gen., N. R. O'Conor, c. b., (£1,500). 
Central America — Minister Resident, .). P. Harriss-Oastrell, Esq., (£2,000). 
GBihi— Minister Resident, J. G. Kennedy, ($2,000). 
China— J^mi. Ex. and Min. Plen., Sir .John Walsham, Bart., (£5,500). 
CoLOMbiA — Min. Resident and Con. Oen., W. J. Dickson, Esq., (£2,000). 
Denmark — Env. Ex. and Min. Plen., H. Guion Maedonell, (£3,060). 
Ecuador — Min. Resident and Con. Gen., C. W. Lawrence, Esq., (£1,400). 
Egypt— Ifin. Plen. and Con. Gen., Sir Evelyn Baring, k. c. s. i., k. c. b., (£5,000). 
Fvix^CK— Ambassador Ex. and Plen., Rt. Hon Earl of Lytton, a.c.s.i., (£10,000). 
Germany — Ambassador Ex. and Plen., Rt. Hon Sir E. B. Malet, g.c.b., (£7,000). 
Gkukck- Env. Ex. and Min. Plen., Hon Sir E. J. Monson, k.c.m.g., c.b., (£3,500). 
Hawaiian Islands— iJrit. Commin^sioner, Major J. H. VVodehouse, (£1,500). 
Hesse Darmstadt— C/iar^«? d' Affaires, Hon W. N. Jocelyn, c. b., (£1,250). 
It kh^— Ambassador Ex. and Plen., Rt. Hon Earl of DuflEerin, K. p., (£7,000). 
Japan— ifwt. and Con. Gen., Hon Hugh Eraser, (£4,000). 
Liberia— Conswi, 

Madagascar — Consul, (Acting) R. Aitken, (£750). 
Mexico— 3#m. Plen., Sir Spenser St. John, k. c. m. g.. (£3,600). 
Montenegro— CA. d'Aff\, W. Baring, (£1,160). 
Morocco— £ni;. Ex. Min. Plen. and Con. Gen., Sir W. Kirby Green, (£2,000). 



In thtt Stable, SIMSON'S LINIMENT is acknowled(ped as 



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NBTHBRLAND8— Eno. Ex. and Min. Plen., Sir Horace Rumbold, k.c.m.o., (£4,000) 

PARAOtTAT— Hon Francis T. Parkenham. 

Pkrbia— ^nw. Ex., Min. Plen. and Con.-Oen., Sir H. D. Wolff, o. c. m. o. (£5,000). 

Pkru- Min. Res. and Con.-Oen., Co). Sir A. Mansfield, K. o. m. o. (£2,000). 

Portugal— £«w. Ex. and Min. Plen., Q. G. Petre, Esq., c. b. (£3,7r)0). 

Roumania— Ji'np. Ex. and Min. Plen., Sir Frank C. Lascelles.K. c. m. o. (£2,000). 

RvaaiA— Ambassador Ex. and Plen,, Rt. Hon. Sir R. B. D. Morier, o.o.B. (£7,800) 

Saxr-Cobdro — Chargd d' Affaires, Ralph Milbanke 

Saxony- Chargd d' Affaires, G. Strachey (£750). 

Sbrvia— J/in. Res., Fred R. St. John (£1,200). 

SiAM— i/in. Res., E. M. Satow, c. m. e. (£1,600). 

Spais— Ambassador Ex. and Min. Plen,, Rt.Hon. Sir M.C.Ford, gc.m.o., (£5,000). 

Swrobm and Norway— ii'nu. Ex. A Min. Plen., Sir F. R. Plunkett, k.c.m.o. (£3,400). 

SwrrzBRLARD— .Env. Ex. and Min. Plen., Charles S. Scott, c. b. (€1,450). 

TvRKKr— Ambassador, Rt Hon. Sir W. A. White, o. c. b., o. c. m. q. (£8,000). 

Urcguay— Jf»n. Res., Ernest M. Satow. c. m. o. (£2,100). 

Vbnbzuela— 3fm. Res., Lord H. Roulton (£2,000). 

WvKTSMBVBa— Minister, Sir H. P. T. Barron, Bt., CM. o. ("£1,250). 

Zanzibar— .<4.</. andCon.-Oen., Charles B. Euan-Smith, c. s. i. (£2,160). 



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180 & 182 GRANVILLE ST. 



James Seott & Co. 

THE PUREST AND FINEST QUALITY OF 

WINES, LIQUOR^, LIQUEURS, 

ALES AND PORTER, 

In tbe FrsTiuoe. 

A Iia.ROB STOCK OF THE BBST 

General and Fancy Groceries. 

STOVES, SHIPS' CASTINGS, 

Register Grates, 

WOOD AND SLATE MANTELS, 

Foundry Supplies, Pumps, &c., &c. 

Agent for the WINDSOR FOUNDRY, WINDSOR. 

J. £. WILSON, 208 HonisSt, Halifax. 



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IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



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, FRUIT, ETC. 



lO and IS Sackville Street, 

HALIFAX, N. S. 




GEORGE HIRSCHFELD 



MANUPACTDREB OP 



Sausages | Bolognas 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Always on hand— Presh and Corned Pork, Hams, Bacon, and a 
variety of Smoked and Corned Meats. 

ORDERS SOLICITED. CALL AND EXAIVdlNE. 

FISHING VESSELS SUPPLIED AT SHORT NOTICE. 



211 Argryle Street, - BALZFAZ, IT. S. 



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DOMINION OF CANADA. 



Seat ov Government — OTTAWA. 



Governor-General and Commander-in-Chief— {$bOfiOO)— Wis Excellency 
The Right Honourable Fkedkhick Arthur Stakley. 
Secretary, Capt. and Hon. C. K. W. Colville. 
Aidea-de- Camps, Capt. J. F. Bagot, Hon E.Stanley, It.-Col J. R. Smith. 

DOMINION OP CANADA.-PBIVY COUNCIli. 

Rt Hon Sir J. A. Macdonald, Premier and Pres. of the Council and 
Minister of Railways—- ( $8 . 000 ) . 

Hon Geo. E Foster, Minister of Finance— ($7 fiOO). 
" Sir H. L. Langevin, Minister of Public PTorA*— ($7,000). 

Sir A. P. Caron, Minister of Militia— {%7, 000). 

John Costigan, Minister q/ Inland Revenue— ($7 ,000). 

John Carling, Minister of Agriculture— ($7 ,000). 

J. G. Haggart, Postmaster-General— ($7,000). 

Mackenzie Bowel], Minister of Cuatomi— ($7,000). 

0, H. Tupper, Minister of Marine and Fisheries — (S7,000). 

Sir J. S. D. Thompson, Minister of Justice — ($7,000). 

J. A. Chapleau, Secretary of State— ($7,000). 

Edgar Dewdnej', Minister of the Interior— ($7,000). 

Frank Smith (without portfolio.) 

J. J. C. Abljott (without portfolio.) 



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Sir Alex. T. Gait, g.c.m.g. 

William McDougall, c.B. 

Sir Wm. P. Howland, c.b. 

A. G. Archibald, caLO, 

Peter Mitchell. 

Sir Edward Kenny, Kt. 

Sir John Rose, Bart, k.c.m.g. 

Theoaore Kobitaille, 

Hugh McDonald. 

Sir Antoine A. Oorion. 

W. Ross. 

D. A. Macdonald. 

T. Fournier. 

Felix GeofFrion. 

David Laird. 

Alexander Mackenzie. 

Rodolphe Laflamme. 



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William B. Vail. 
Thomas CoflSn. 
David Mills. 

Sir Richard John Cartwright. 
C. A. P. Pelletier. 
Richard W. Scott. 
W. Laurier. 
Edward Blake, 
Alfred G. Jones. 
G. Baby. 

James Macdonald. 
L. R. Manson. 
J. C. Aikins. 
John O'Connor. 
Sir David L. Macpherson. 
Sir Samuel L. Tilley, k.c.m.g., 
Lt.-gov. New Brunswick. 



SENATE OF CANADA. 

Speaker Eon G. W. Allan. 

Clerk — E. J. Langevin; Clerk Assistant — James Adamson; Chaplain — 
Ven. Archdeacon Lauder, D. c. l. 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA— 10 Members. 



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" ]5obert Barrv Dickey, 
'* William Miller, 
" Alex McFarlane, 
" H. A. N. Kaulbach, 



Hon L. G- Power, 
" R.P.Grant. 
" W. J. Almon, M. D. 
" Thos McKav. 
" Wm McDonald, 



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PICKFORD & BLACK, 

SteamsMp Agents, 



— AND — 



51 Upper Water Street, - HALIFAX, N. 8. 

AGENTS FOR 

THE FURNESS LINE OF STEAMERS, 

Between Halifax, N. . ,, and London, G. B. 

The onlj' line maintaining direct fornightly sailings between London, O. B., 
and Halifax, N. S, Well ventilated spaces for FRUIT. Freight handled with 
care. 

The Steamers VLUNDA. and DAMARA, of the above line, have splendid 
accommodations for Passengers, with saloon and stateroom amidships, and carry 
a Stewardess. 



THE DONALDSON LINE OF STEAMERS, 

Between Halifax, N. S. and'^Glahgow. 



THE BOSSIERE LINE OF STEAMERS, 

Between Halifax, N. S. , and Havre. 

Messrs. THOMAS ROLANDSON & CO., London ; Messrs SIEMENS 

BROS. & CO., Limited, London ; Messrs. FUNCH, 

EDYE & CO., New York. 



THE COMMERCIAL CABLE COMPANY, 

New York. 



THE HALIFAX AND NFWFUUNDLAND S. S. CO, Lt'd. 



THE HALIFAX AND WEST INDIA S. S. LINE. 



ALSO, AGENTS FOR 



Tarr & Wonson's Copper Paint, 

FOR WOODEN BOTTOM VESSELS. 



They are purely Tegetable, pleasant to the taste, 



[ilFAX. 




CALCEOLARIAS at N. 8. NURSERY, Lockman 8t., HALIFAX. 



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PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK.— 10 Members. 



Hon Amos Edwin Botsford, 
" William Hunter Odell, 
" David VVark, 
" Abner Keid McClelan, 
" John Glacier, 



h-jn James Dever, 
" J. D. Lewin. 
" John Boyd. 
" P. Poirier. 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.— 4 Members 



Hon D. Montgomery, 
" R P. Havthorne, 



Hon Sam! Prowse. 
" G. W. Howlan. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC— 24 Members. 



Hon Joseph F. Armand, 
" William Henry ChaflFers, 
" Jeaa Baptiste Guevremont, 
" M. H. Cochrane, 
Pierre Baillargeon. 
A. H. Paquet, 
P. Pelletier, - 

G. G. Stevens, 
E. E. B. De Boucherville. 
J. H. Bellerose, 



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" J. R. Thibadeau, 
" F. X. A. Trudel. 

T. Robitaille, ' 

P. A. DeBlois. 

Joseph Bolduc. 

A. Lacosie. 

J. J. Ross, 

J. J. C. Abbott. 

Edward Murphy. 



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PROVINCE OF ONTARIO— 24 Members. 



Hon G. Alexander, 
" David Reesor, 
D Maclnnes, 
Elijah Leonard, 
Sir David Lewis Macpherson, 
Billa Flint, 
George Wm Allan, • 
F. Smith, 
R. Read, 
A. Vidal, 
R. W. Scott, 



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'* G. C. McKindsey. 

'* F. Ciemow. 

" D. McMillan. 

" M. Sullivan. 

" Jas. Turner. 

" Jas Robert Gowan, 

" W. E. Sandford, 
L. McCallum, 
C. E. (jasgrain, 
Samue^ Merncr. 



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PROVINCE OF MANITOBA— 3 Members. 
Hon M. A. Girard, | Hon J. Sutherland. 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA— 3 Members. 

Hon W. J. Macdonald, Hon T, R. Mclnnis. Hon Jas, Rosa. 



NORTH WEST TERRITORIES. 
W. D. Peileg, | Rich. Hardistry. 



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THOMAS REARDON, 

Wholesale and Betail dealer in 

Paper Hangings, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, 

PICTURE AND DECORATIVE WINDOW OLASS. 




Gold Leaf, Broozes, Drj Colors, k 



OIL PAINTINGS, ENGRAVINGS, CHROMOS, *c. 

PICTURE mOVLDINGS AKD FRAMES. 

40 to 44 Barrington Street, Halifax, N. 8. 
C. G. SCHULTZE, 

PRACTICAL 



IMPORTER OF- 



Fine Gold .# Silver Watehes, 

CLOCKS AND FINE JEWELRY, 

Plated Wqxq, Spectaclss and Eye Glasses. 

i^° SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING FINE WATCHES. "S* 

171 BARPINOTON STREET, - - HALIFAX, N. S. 

(MANSION HOUSE.) ^ 

FARMERS' HOTEL, 

Corner Buckingham and Argyle Streets, 
HAL/FAX, /\f. S. 

MARRY ORAY, - - Proprietor: 

First-Class Restaurant 

In connection, under the Supervision of an experienced Caterer. 
Meals and Lunches at all hours. 

Agency for Schiltz's Celebrated Milwaukee Laqer Beer. 

Telephone No. 604. 



Instant Relief afforded in cases of ASTHMA 



IFAX. 



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THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



Spenker Hon Joseph Aldric On i met. 

C/erifc— John George IJouri not, i,ii.i).,D.c.L. ; Clerk Assistant — F. Rouleau. 
Serffeant'tit-Arms—D. W. Macdonell. 



PROVINCE OF 

Annapolis — J. B. Mills, 

Antigonish— //oM Sir J, S. D. Thomp- 
son, K. C.M.G. 

Cape Breton — H. F. McDougall, 
D. McKeen, 

Colchester — Sir A. G. ArcMbaUl, 

K.C M.G. 

Cumberland— /7on A. R Dickey, 
Digby — H. L. Jones. 
Guysborough— John A. Kirk. 
Halifax— ^on A.G.Jones, T.E.Kenny 



NOVA SCOTIA. 

Hants — A. Putnam, 
Inverness — Hugh Cameron. 
Kings— F. W. Borden. 
Lunenburg — Jas Eiaenhaur, 
Queens— Joshua N. Freeman, 
Pictou— J. McDougald, Hon C. H. 

■ Tupper. 
Richmond— E. P. Flynn, 
Shelburne — .fohn Wimburn Laurie, 
Victoria — John A. McDonald, 
Yarmouth — John Lovitt. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Albert— R. C. Weldon, 
Carleton— F. H. Hale, 
Charlotte — A. H. Gillraor, 
Gloucester Kennedy F. Burns. 
Kent— p. A. Landry, 
Kings — Hon George E. Foster. 
Northumberland— ^on P. Mitchell, 
Queens — George F. Baird, 



Restigouche— Georg'* Moffat, 
St. John, city- -John V. Ellis, 
St. John, city and county — C. 

Skinner. C. W. Weldon, 
Sunbury— R. D, Wilmot, jr. 
Victoria — Hon John Costigan, 
Westmoreland— Josiah Wood. 
York — Thomas Temple. 



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PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 
A. Mclntyre, J. E. 



King's Co., P, 
Robertson, 
Prince Co., James Yeo, S. F. Perrj', 



Queen's Co., Louis H. Davies, Wm 
Welsh. 



PROVINCE OF. QUEBEC. 



Argenteuil, J. C. Wilson, 
Bagot, Flavicn Dupont. 
Beauce, Joseph (iodbout, 
Beauharnois, J. G. H. Bergeron, 
Bellechasse, Guillaume Amyot. 
Berthier, C. Beausoleil. 
donaventure, L. J. Riopel, 
Brome, Sydney A. Fisher. 
Chambly, R Prefontaine. 
Champlain, Hypolite Montplaisir. 
Charlevoix, !>imon Cirron, 
Chateauguav, Edward Holton. 
Chicoutimi & Saguenay, P. Couture, 
Compton, Rufus H. Pope. 
Do rch ester, Honore J. J B.Chouinard 
Drummond and Arthabaska, J. Lav- 

ergne, 
Gaspe. L. Z. Joncas, 
Hochelaga, Alp Desjardins, 
Huntingdon, Julius Scriver. 
Iberville, Francois Bechard. 
Jacques Cartier, D. Girouard, 
Joliette, Hiliare Neven. 



Kamouraska, Alexis Dessaint, 
Laprairie, Cyrille Dovon, 
L'-Assomption, Joseph Gauthier, 
Laval, Hon Joseph Alderic Ouimet 

Speaker, 
Levis, Pierre M Guay. 
L'Islet, P. B. Casgrain. 
Lotbiniere, Dr. C. I. Rinfret. 
Maskinonge, C. J. Coulombe, 
Megantic, Geo Turcot, 
Missisquoi, David Bishop Maigs. 
Montcalm, Glaus Th»>rien, 
Montmagny, P. A. Choquette, 
Montmorency, Chas Langelier 
Montreal, Centre, John Jos. Curran 
Montreal East, M Lepine, 
Montreal. West,SirD. A. Smith,KCMG 
Napierville, Louis St. Marie, 
Nicolet, Fabien Boisvert. 
Ottawa County, Alonzo Wright 
Pontiac, John Rryson 
Portneuf, Jos. E. A. de St. George 
Quebec, Centre, Francois Langelit r 



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A. C. CooswuLL. D.D.S. 



AnTitUB W. CooHWKiiL, M D., D.D.S. 



A. C. COGSWELL & SON, 

Surgeon Dentists. 

NITROUS OXIDE GAS ADMINISTERED FOR PAINLESS 
, . EXTRACTING OF TEETH. 



105 laiOLLIS STI^EEO?, 

Between' Quekn Hotel and St. Julian. 



ALEX. J. PENNY, 



DEALER IN 



Leather and Shoe Findings, 



UPPERS, ETC. 



144: Upper TV^ater Street, 

(Opposite Cronan's Wharf), 
HAIvIF^AX, N. S. 

MONUMENTS, 
GRAVE STONES, CHURCH TABLETS, ETC. 

In MAEBLE and Polished led and Grey GRANITES. 

Cheapest and Best Stock in the Province. ' 

DESIGNS FURNISHED ON APPL WA TfON. 
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY SOL ICITED. 

82 & 84 Argyle St., Halifax. 

KSTABLISHED 1860. 





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Quebec, Kant, lion Wilfred Laurier 
Quebec, WcHt, Hon TIioh Mc(Jreevy 
Quebec Co,//tm 8irA.r.Caron,K(MO 
Rirheliuu, Joseph Massue. 
Kichinuiul and Wolfe, W. B. Ives 
Kirnouski, J. B K. Finet 
Kouville. G. A. (lit^ault 
St Hyacmthe, Michael K. Bernier 
St Maurice. F. S. L. Desaulniers. 
St .lohn's, FraiicoiH JiouraHsa, 
Shefford, Aiitoine Audet 



Sherbrooke, R. N. Hall 
Soulaiiffes, Jainea W. Bain. 
Stanstead, Charles C. Colby 
TeuiiHcouata, P. E. Grandbois 
Terrebonne, Hon J. A. Chapleau 
Three Rivers, Hon Sir H L Langevin 
Two Mountains, J. B. Duoust 
Vaudreuil, Hugh Mc.Milhtn 
Veroheres, Hon Felix Geoftrion 
Yainaska, Fabien Vanasse 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Addington, John W. Bell 
Alf^oma, S. J. Dawson 
Bothwell, Hon I). Mills. 
Brant, N. n., Jnmes Somerville 
Brant, s. k., W. Paterson 
Brockville, John F. Wood 
Bruce, E. R., Henry E. Cargill 
Bruce, N. u., Alexander McNeill. 
Bruce w. u., James Rowand. 
Cardwcll, RobtS. White 
Carleton, Geo. L. Dickinson 
Cornwall and Stormont, D. Bergin 
Dundas, C. E. Hickey 
Durham, k. u., H. A. Ward. 
Durham, w. K., Hon Edward Blake 
Elj?in, E. u., John H. Wilson. 
Elgin, w. R., Geo E. Casey 
Essex, s. R., James Brien 
Essex, N. K , James C. Patterson 
Frontenac, Hon Geo. A. Kirkpatrick 
Glengarr3% P. Purcell 
Grenville, s. r., Walter Shanly. 
Grey, e. r., Dr. Thomas Sproule 
Grey, n. r., J as Masson 
Grey, s. r., George Landerkin 
Haldimand. C W. Colter 
Halton, John Waldie 
Hamilton, Adam Brown, Alex McKay 
Hastings, e. r., S. B. Burdett 
Hastings, N.R.j^on Mackenzie Bowell 
Hastings, w. r., Henry Corby 
Huron, w. r , R. Porter 
Huron, e. it., Peter Mac Donald 
Huron, s. r., John McMillan 
Kent, A. Campbell 
Kingston (city), Rt Hon Sir J. A. 

.Macdonald, g.c.b. 
Lambton, e. r., Geo Moncreiff 
Lambtun, w. R., James F. Lister 
Lanark, N. r , Jos Jamieson 
Lanark, s. r., Hon J. G. Haggart 
Leeds & Grenville, n. r., C. F. Fer- 
guson 
Leeds, s. r., George Taylor 
Lennox, Uriah Wilson ' 
Lincoln and Niagara, J. C. Rykert 
London (city), Hon J. Carling 



R...ldlesex, N. r., Timothy Coughlin 
Middlesex, E. r., J. H. ftfarshall 
Middlesex, n. r., Jas Armstrong 
Middlesex, w. R., W. F. Roome 
Monck, Arthur Bovle 
Muskoka, W.E. O'Brien 
Norfolk, N. R , J. Charlton 
Norfolk, s. R., David Tisdale 
Northumberland, E.R,Edw Cochrane 
Northumberland, w. b., Geo Guillet 
Ontario, N. r., Frank Madill 
Ontario, s. r., Wm Smith 
Ontario, w. u., Jas D. Edgar. 
Ottawa (city), W. G. Perley, H. 

• Robillurd 
Oxford, N. R., Jas. Sutherland 
Oxford, 8. R., Hon Sir R. J. Cart- 

Wright, K.c.M G. 
Peel, W. A. McCulla 
Perth, N. R., S. R. Hesson 
Perth, s. R., James Trow 
Peterboro', e. r., John Lang 
Peterboro' w.r , J. Stevenson 
Prescott, Simon I.abrosse 
Prince Edward, J. M. Piatt 
Renfrew, n. r., Peter White 
Renfrew, s. R., John Ferguson 
Russell, W. C. Edwards 
Simcoe, n. r., Dalton McCarthy 
Simcoe, e. r., Herman H. Cook 
Simcoe, s- R., Richd. Tyrwhitt 
Toronto ' ^ntre, 6. R. R. Cockburn 
Toronto, Kast, John Small. 
Toronto, West, FyC. Denison, cmg, 
Victoria, n r, J. A. Barron 
Victoria, s. r., Adam Hudspeth 
Waterloo, n. r., I. E. Bowman 
Waterloo, s. r., James Livingstone 
•Welland, John Ferguson 
Wellington, c. R., A. Semple 
Wellington, n. r., James McMullen 
Wellington, s. r., James Lines 
Wentworth, N. r., Thos. Bain 
Wentworth, s. r., F. W. Carpenter 
York, E. B., Hon Alex Mackenzie 
York, H. B., Wm. Mulock 
York, w. B , N. C. Wallace 



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l^ot]so Ft]in]isl]ii|g Qoocls. 

All the newest (k'sip^nH in Wilton, Krussels, Tdpeatry, Hall 

und Stuir CarpetH, Matting, Ac. Hest Scotch ()il 

Cloths cut to measure. Iini .ensc Stoclc 

of Curtains, (Curtain Poles, &c. 



MENS* CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. 

Our " 01iaSipiO21 Bra&d " a,^'*^ made on the premises and 
thoroughly reliable. Also, u large and well selected stock of 

-^General Dry Goods J^ 

At prices not to be beaten. 

Cor. Beorge & Hollis"St8H - HALIFAX. N. S. 
COLEMAN & CO. 

143 Granville Street, HALIFAX, N. S. 



IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OK 



Eats, Gaps, Ladies' and Gents' Furs, Buffalo Rolies, 

Leather Hat Cases, Trunks, Valises, Rubber Clothing, &o 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

FXJRS ^TjTERED ANTD REPA.IRBD. 




J. B. NEILY&CO. 

Proprietors Liverpool Wharf, 

it losuraiice 







FORWARDING AGENTS, 

Commission Merchants and Prcducs Dealers. 

LIVERPOOL l¥HA/fF, HALIFAX, N. S. 



SIMSON'S TOLU AND ANISEED cures COUGHS, COLDS, 



Bouqueti by mall from N. N. NURSERY, Lm^kman Ht., Halifax. 



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PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 



LiHgtLT, Arthur W. Ross 
Marquette, Robert Watson 
Proveucher, A . A. C. LaRiviere. 



Selkirk, T. M. Daly 
Winnipeg, W. U. scartb 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Cariboo, Frank S. Darnaid. 

New WectniiriHter. Donald (^liiHholm 

Vancouver, David Wm Gordon 



Victoria, E. C. Baker, E. G. Prior 
Yale, J. A. Mara 



NORTH WEST TERRITORY. 



AAslniboia, E., N<m K. Dewdney 
AsHiniboia, W., N. F. Davin 



Alberta. D. W. Davis 
Saskatchewan, D. H. MacDowall 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



Skat op Government— HALIFAX. 



Lieut enant-G(wernor, {and Dep Governor for aiffniny Mtiii'infje LicenseSy) 
(S9,()00)— His Honor the Hon. Akchihald Woodhuky McLelan. 
Private Secretary, Lt.-Col. H. W. Clerke, N. S. M. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Bon. William S. Fielding, m.p.p., Premier and Provincial Secretary. 
*' Charles E. Church, M.r.p., Coin'r of Public Works and Mines. 
J. W. Longlt-y, M.r.p.. Attorney Otneral. 
Thomas .fohnson, m.p.p. 
A. McGillivray. " 

Danl. McNeill. " . . ' . 

D. C. Fraser, M.L.C. « > T' ' 



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President. . . .Hon Robert Boak, Halifax. 

Bon John McKinnon Antigonish, 

" Samuel Creelman Stewiacke, 

" Daniel McN. Parker, m.d •....Halifax, 

James Butler, Esq Halifax, 

Loran E. Baker, Esq Yarmouth, 

Charles M. Francheville Esq Guysborough. 

David McCurdy, Esq Baddeck,C.B. 

Hiram Black, Esq Amherst, 

W. H. Owen, Esq Bridgewater. 

Geo. Whitman, PLsq Annapolis, 

Samuel Locke, F^sq Lockeport. 

M. H. Goudne, Esq Windsor. 

VV. H. Ray, Esq Clementsport. 

Duncan C. Fraser. Esq -..,.. New Glasgow 

Thos. L.Dodge, Esq Kentville 

John McNeil, Esq Mabou 

George H. Murray, Esq North Sj'dney 

Jason M. Mack, Esq LiverpooL 

Clerk, Albert Peters. 

*»* The Members of the Executive and Legislative Councils are Justices of the 
Peace throughout the Province, so long as they belong to either branch. 






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DIPLACUH at N. H. NrRHERY, Lmtknian St., HALIFAX. 



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C. ROBSON & CO. 

135 GRANVILLE ST. 

Drj Goods, Millinery, 

-►* Dress and Mantle Making on the Premises.*-^ 



Agents for the sale of the GENUINE 

GOSSAMER WATERPROOFS 

Kor Ladies and Ciiildren. 

GEORGE A. PYKE, 

Wholesale Gi^oger 



— AND 



COMMISSION MERCHANT. 



— DEALER IN 



West India Eroods, Fish, Oils, Ac. 



HEAD OF CENTRAL W^HARF, 
HALIFAX, N. S. 



SIMSOPS LINIMENT CURES DANDRUFF 



CARNATIONS at N. N. NlFRSfTKT, Lockman St., HALIFAX. 



1890] ALMANACK. 23 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Sptnker, . . , Htm, M.J. Tower. 

Aknapomh C<)i!NTV. .. ./Am J. W. Lonffl»«v, m.k.c., and Frank Andrews. 

Antuionihii " ....Him An^nx McUilfivrav und (Ntlin K. Mclxaac. 

Cai'k Hkkton *• .,, .Colin Chinholm, Wm. McKay. 

('oi.ciiKMTK.ii •* ... .Geo. Clorke and F. A. I.atin^nce. 

CiTMitKKi.ANi) " ....T. K lilnck and U. L. Hlick. 

Dkjuy •' .... Henry M. KobicluMiii and .lohn S. McNeill. 

GuYHUURouciii " ... .Otto 8. Weckn and .lameH A. Frasnr. 

Hamkax " ,.,.H<m W. S. Fioldinf;, M.J. PowerandW. Roche, jr 

Hantb " ....Allan Hal*v and Archd. Frame. 

Invkknkss •' ... ./Am I). McNeil and John McKinnon. 

KiNON " ... .Leandcr Hand and Wm. C. Bill- 

LuNKNBURO County... .//on Chan E. Church, J. I). Sperry. 

PicTou '* . . . . W. Cameron, Jcflrev McCull and Chas. H. Munro. 

QuKKNs •• ToRcph H.Coitk and A. M. Ilemenn. 

KiciiMONT> •• ....Joseph Mathcson and David A. liearn. 

8iiKL.Hi;nNB *• ....Wm. F MncCoy and //on Thos. Johnson, M.EO. 

ViCTOKiA •' . .. .John A. Franer and John L. Hetliune. 

Yarmouth " ... .Albert Gayton and Wm. I.aw. 

Clerk, 3. W. Ouceley. Astt. Clerk, T B. Flint 

" Messenger, John Fitzgerald. 

PROVINCIAL GOVERNNIENT OFFICERS. 

Department of Provinoial Secretary. 

Provincial Secretary and Treasurer, Hon W. S. Fielding, m.p.p. 
Dei>uti/ Sec'i/, Herbert Ciosskill. Marriage License Clerk, Edwin C. 
Fairbanks. Clerk, Fred W. Dunn. Stenographer, Miss Mary Mac- 
Pherson. Provincial Cashier, Wm K. Reynolds. Clerk, John 
McAloney. 

Agriculture. 

Secretary for Agriculture, Professor George Lawson. Clerk, John 
McAloney. Provincial Veterinary Surgeon, Wm Jakeman. 

Dopartment of Public Works and Mines. 

Commissioner, Hon C. E. Church. Deputy Commissioner and 
Inspector of Mines, Edwin Gilpin, jr. Chief Clerk, C. H. Carman. 
Accountant, W . H. Browne. Clerk, W.J. Finlay. Provincial Enaineer, 
Martin Murphy. Clerks, F. W. W. Doane, W. M. Inglis. Deputy 
Gold Comm'r — Sherbrooke, Wm L. Pye. 

Crown Land Department. 

Commissioner of Crown Lands, The Attorney General. Chief Clerk, J&a 
H.Austen. Clerk, J as W. McKenzie. Deputy Surveyors — Annapolis, 
C. F. Armstrong, Bernard Calncck, Edw. Barteaux,jr. ; Antigonish, 
Alex. McDonald, Hugh McDonald ; Cape Breton, H. R. McKenzie, Wm 
Routledge, Capt. Worgan ; Colchester, R. L. Byers, Wm Faulkner, Wm 
G Ousley, Edmund Archibald, Saml G.A.Morrison, David Byers; C'uwi- 
6er/anrf, Wei wood McNab, jr., A. Pugsley, D. J. Taylor and Geo C. 
Harrison ; Digby, Anselm M Comeau ; Guysboro', W. Hartshorne, C. 
T. Taylor, D. W. Crockett, Chas. W. Pye"; Halifax, W. A. Hendry, 
E. H. Keating, H. W. Andrews, M. McI. Logan, Angus Cruickshanks, 
Jas F. Hendry, Jas F. Anderson G. A Bruce ; Hants, James McKenzie, 
John A. McCallum ; Inverness, Colin E. Chisholm, Arch D. McLellan, 



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I30S^jrOTS^ 

Marine Insurance Company. 

Capital, - $1,000,000 paid in. 
*' Assets, - $2,500,000. 



INSURES HULLS, FEEMTS, CARBOES. 

Does only Marine Business. Issues Sterling Certificates pay- 
„,\:\ .•,•.;, able BARING BROS., London. 

Makes Prompt and Satisfactory Settlement of all Losses. 

R. B. iTLLER,lPresiclent. 

J. TAYLOR WOOD, Agent, 

70 Bedford Row, HALIFAX, J^. S. 



Halifax Marble Works, 
73 & 75 Barrington St., Halifax. 




Manufacturer of 

MONUMENTS, 

in Marble, Pol- 
ished Grey and 
Red Granite & 
Freestone. 

Head Stones, 
Mural Tablets, 
Baptismal 

Fonts, etc., 

on hand and 
made to order. 



ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY SOLICITED. 



For Catarrh, Cold in the head, use SIMSON'S LINIMENT. 



Mammoth Terbenas at X. S. NITBSERT, Lookman St., Halifax. 



ifacturerof 



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Wm J. MrKeen, Jas A. Gillis; Kinga, J. Leiird, HenniirarNeily, Arch 
Fosier; Lnnenburq, W. J. Wentzell; Pictou, Jis. Holniet), F. W. 
McKenzie. .Ins S. Fra-er, James Koy; Queptia, Samuel Smith, Jolin H. 
Hirlow; Richmond, John J. Robertson; 5Ae/6tfrn«, James A. McKay; 
Victoria, Joseph S. McLean ; Yarmouth, P. L. HatHeld. / 

Provincial Hospital for InRane. 

Visitors, tfte Governor, the Chiet Justice, the Provincial Secretary, 
the President of the Legislative Conncil, the Speaker of the House of 
Asseml)Iy, and tlie heads or anth)rized representative"* of all christian 
churches in tlie Province. Medical Snpprintcndent, Alexander P. Reid, 
M.D. Asst diipermtendeni, George A. Sinclair, m.d. 

Victoria General Hospital. 

Commissioner — Hon 0. E. Church, Commissioner of Public Works and 
Mines. Sefretnry to Commissioner — R. T Murray. Consulting F*^ if sicians 
and iiuig>-ons—W. J. Almon, Simon Fiti-h, Andrew Cowie, W. S. 
Oliver, fion D. Parker, J. T' man, W.IL Wick wire. Vi'-iting Physicians 
and S urqmns- -Thom&s R Almon, N K Mc lav, M. Chiihol n, M. A. 
Cuirv. thos Tien iman, DonaM A Camubeli, E'.Iw Farrell. J F. Black. 
House Surtf eons — H. S. Jacques, aud H. V. Pearmau. Apothecary and 
House Steward— C E. Pr*tner. 

1 /^ovincial Library* 

Commissioners, His Honor Hon A. W. McLelan, Lieut -Gov., Pres., 
Sir A. G. Archibald, k.c.m g., Hon Robert Boak, Hon L. G Power, 
H'-n J W. Lon^ley, m. e. c, T. B. Akins, d c. l., Peter Lynch, 
Jndjre Weatherbe, Wm. Roche, Hon D. C. Fraser. Librarian, F. 
Blake Crofton. 

Chief (iame Commissioner, Charles Sydney Harrington. 

Commissioner for examining, preserving, and arranging ancient records 
nnd documents, illastrniive of the History and progress oj Society in the 
Province, Thos. B. Akins, d.c.L. 



Marriage License Issuers. 



Annapolis 

A. W. Corbitt Annapolis.^ 

C. Grimm Springfield. 

J. W. .lames Lawiencetown. 

E. Dodtre Bridgetown. 

A. .T. OaUes Nhw Albany. 

Fi, Cumniit ger ...Wilmot. 

H. M. Irvine GrHUville Ferry. 

Wm Miller Slidd'e'on. 

Chas E. Spurr . . . Round HilK 

Antigonish. 

D. McMillan . . ..Lochaber. 
VA&r. N.Harrington. \ntij?<'nish. 
Donald (iillis. . .. Gl n Alpin. 
Chas S. Strople . . Eaytield. 

Arch Mcl.^hie Up. South River, 

Colchester. 

VVmMcCulIy Truro. 

R. Purv is Tataniagouche. 



Francis Cox 

Geo H. Bates 
W. A McLaughlin 
Thcs D. Crowe . . , 
A. A. Durning 
Lean der Dry pdale. , 
Jonathan Monison 
Barry P. Hill .... 



Upper Stewiacke. 
Middle do 
Economy. 
Port au pique. 
Acadia Mines. 
Nfw Annnn. 
Folly Village. 
Great Village. 



CUMBERLANT). 

J. Z. Bliss Amhprst. 

B. S. S aman.... Wallnce. 

Levi Bordea Pugwash. 

Fred Tforke Purisbcro. 

Grace Phillips. .. .River Philip. 
James Ward . .. .Advocate Harbor. 

J. vv. Cove Spring Hill. 

Ben) Baird River llebert. 

H. S. Smith Oxford. 



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Furoitu e Manufacturers. 

Our Factory has been re built, enlarged, and equipped with the 
most approved modern machinery, and we are in a better position than 
ever to produce 

THE BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. 



Halifax Cai^pet Coy 



IMPOMTKRS AND DEALERS IN 






Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, Linoleum, Cocoa Matting, 

Furniture Coverings, and House Furnishings 

Qoods of every description, 

43 & 4S BARRINGToTsTREET, HALIFAX. 

6^ Send for Catalogues and Price Lists. "^ 

LEYDON& MACINTOSH, 

(Late Walter Bahron & Co.) 

Custom Tailops, 

t60 G/fAlilV/LL£ ST/f££T, 



IMPORTERS OP 



mm sms clotbs, combs, iimmm, 

SOOTOB TWEED SUZTINaS 

Materials and Trimmings of the best quality used only under compe- 
tent and experienced management. 

LEYDON & MACINTOSH. 



Bo sure and eaU for SIMSON^S LINIMENT, 



■•*"1!!V"" Witi.tTwr!*i«if»-=-s..i^~-t.^.-. . - 



PIATTCODONS at N. S. NIJRSEBY, Lockman St., HALIFAX. 



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Cape Brktost. 

A. Mnrtell Cow Bar, 

D. G. Rigby Sj-dn-v Mines. 

.John Oill'8 Sv-dn^-y. 

R. R Morrison ... Ga'>eriiR. 

M. .1. Phoran N. Sydney. 

N T,evatie I.ouiaburg. 

C. E Rees Cow Bay. 



DiGBY. 

r. D. Jones Weymouth. 

Mil'OM Mdines Freep-rt. 

.1 hn C. Mor-=e Sandy Cove. 

.Tames l>. S'dlivan. Westport. 
V T Hnrdwicke.. Bear River. 
FT. C. RuLglt'S. .. T'verton. 
Cie.rpre I. Hovt . . .Weym'th Bridge 
W. B. Stewart . . . 



GUYSBOTIO. 



.Guysboro. 
.CaiLSo. 
Glt-nelff. 
. Pot Mulgrave. 



F.dwd. F. Hart. 

Saiah J. Tate .. 

M. Arcliibald. . 

VV. H Wyide. 

J H. MdodMiHld. .Sherbrooke. 

Saml ('r^-ightnn . . . T>»C'>mk 

Al an McMi'lan. 

Dun Campbell. . 



-lac'" Hiirbor. 
. .'ort Mouton. 



Halifax. 

S. Selden TTalifax. 

.1. K rUer Qn ddy. 

.1 S. Brine Fr nch Villacre. 

R. A Kaulbach. . . . Mid Musquo'boit. 

.1. S. stt-wart I'pper do 

Rev H Stiiiiier Hubbard's Cove. 

.las K Conrod.... Sprv Bay. 

.1. L. Griffin P.eston. 

M. McKarlane Sbt-et Harbor. 

Rev Jas Anderson. Mus'boit Harbor. 



Hants. 

A Rov Mail land. 

P, S. Unrnham. . . . U indstir. 
.1. W. Stevens. .. Walton. 

W. H p. (Iter Hantsport. 

J F. Cchran Newport 

A. Knkpairick .. Sliu'ienacadie. 
'.Vm (il'ii ... Ciieverie. 
Wm Murd' ch . . . .Gore. 



Inverness. 



A. C Thomson. . . . 
.A. H. Sutherland. . 

A. M Ross 

li McDoul'hII 

M. T. Blanchard... 

(Jhas V. Fraser. . . . 

Mex McPhie 

Mril McVIillan. 

\lex D. McLean . 

vlex C Thompson 
.\lex D. McLean 
.Ino A . Mc \ulay 
JasF McDonald . 



Port Hood. 
Port Hastings. 
N E. Mnrnaree. 
WhvcocomHgh. 
Pt H^iwkesbnry. 
Like Aiuslie. 
West Bay 
S. end L. Ainslle. 
.Strathiorne. 
Port flood. 
.Strathiorne. 
.8. side R Denyc 
.Orangevale. 



Kings. 

Geo V. R.ind Wolfviile. 

H. C. Masters MD.Berw ok. 
ILV. |{. Farnsworth.Ayiesfoid. 

C. R. Dickie Canning. 

H Porter Cold Urook. 

vlexMcInnes. ,. Kent' ille. 

E. A. DaviMon .. .Gaspereaux. 

Wm Sweet Billtown. 

A. C. Van Buskirk. Kingston Station. 

Lunenburg. 

Mrs Smith Chester. 

L. Knani Mahone Bay. 

.1. >.!. Rudolf Lu'ienl)urg 

Jos Whitford Hrid^ewater. 

J. D. Sperry Petite Kevlere. 

Rob' Barss New Germany. 

O. S Elliott ......New l-:os8. 

Rev K. Roy Blandfoid. 

las McKean La Have Ferry. 

Picrou. 

E. Q. McPhail .. Pictou. 

Donald Gray S'ellaron 

Wm Fra-er New Gia.>*gow. 

.Alt-x Cameron ...Durham 

Wm Munro We^t River. 

Wm Redmond .... River lohn. 

I) Balfour ....... Westville. 

Wm Smart Scotsbum. 

Queens. 

J. R. H'dl Brooklyn. 

F. Cohoon Tori Midway. 

H H. Mack Mill Vdlage 

E Kemp'on Milion. 

A'ex < ow e Liverp ol. 

Wm H Ct)Ie ..Caledonia. 
Jon Campbell. , . Port Mouton. 



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belcher's farmer's 



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Nova Scotia Brewery, 

HAILFAX, N. S. 

A. KEITH & SON, 

PffOPR/ETOftS. 



Their Celebrated XX and XXX ALES and superior 
STOUT always in stock. 

In BOTTLE, HHD, half HHD, and smaller packages. 

MUMFORD BROS. 

ESTABLISHED 1873. 

Produce Commission Merchants, 
Mumford's Building:, 46 &48 Ax^gryle Street. 

Personal attention given to sales of all kinds of Country Produce. 
Returns made promptly. Halifax Prices sent on applicKtion. 

/\/0^A scorn DYE WORKS. ^ 

No. 9 Blowers St., (near Barrington St.), Halifax, N. 8, 

Dyer and Cleanser. 

Gentlemen's Garments Steamed and Pressed Over at lowest prioos, and all 
goods (or Mourning dytd at short notice. Curtains in all colors to suit. Feathers 
djed and curled. Parcels sent for and delivered. 



Mrs. A. L. ANDERSON, of Cow Bay, C. B., was cared of 



Plmnbagros at X. S. NURSERY, Lockman St., Halifax. 



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Richmond. 



D. O'C. Madden.. 
R. G. Morrifon 
Norman M'Askill. 



.Arichat. 
St Peters. 
. Framboise. 



Shelhurne. 



X. A. Chipman. 
R. H. Crowell . 
M. D. McGray. 
Jas McGrav. . . . 



.Lockeport. 
.Barriiigton. 
. Cape Island, 
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Nehemittli Kinne}'. .Shag Harbor. 
Chas A. McGray.. Port La Tour. 
Jas L. Nickerson . .Clark'.s Harber. 
Isaac C. Crowell. .Shelburne. 
Enos C. Smith . . . .Cape Sable Isl'd 



ViCToniA. 

Jno M(trrison S. Gut St. Anns. 

R ElmoleT Haddeck. 

D. McDonald Capn Nortb. 

Jno A. Kraner. . . .Hig Bras d'or. 
Ken^ McKenzie .. Boul ^derie. 
H. Mcl.eod .. . .Vnglishtown. 
Lauchlan Beaton. .. Buularderie. 
Colin Munro .... " 

John K. McLeod ..Ingonish. 
John Matheson. . . . Little Narrows 

Yarmouth. 

A. J. Hood Yarmouth. 

A. S. Lent. . Tusket. 

Jer Murphy. .... .I*ubni< o 

W. S. Pojter Port Maitland. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Skat of Governmknt— FREDERICTON. 



Lieut.-Governor—{$Q,OQO)— His Honor the Ban Sir Leonard Tilley, c.b , 
k.c.m.g. 

Frov. Aide-de-Ciijnp, Major Gordon, R. I. S. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon D. McLellan, m.p.p., Prov. Secretary and Receiver General. Bon 
A. G. Blair, m.p.p., Premier and Attorney General. Hon James ^litchell 
M.P.P., Sutxeyor General. Hon P. G. Ryan. Chief Com'r Board of Works, 
//on Wm Pufjsley, jr., /SoWcitor General. Hon G. S. Turner, m.p.p., and 
Hon A. Harrison, m.l.c. 

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Pay $300 per Session and 10c. per mile t»avel. 
President. . . .Hon Geo. F. Hill. Additional pay S406. 

Hon A. D. Richard. 



J. C. Barberie. 

F P Thompson. 

James Hollv. 

Geo W. White. 

X}. Hudson Flewellinff 



Hon Robert Young 

" Thomas R. Jones 

" Owen Mclnernj' " 

*' Archibald Harrison "' 

" Allan A. Davidson " 

" James Ryan " 

,, Fr"ncifi Woods 
Clerk, Geo Botsford. Clerk Assistant, J. H. Phair. Chnplnin, Uev 
F. Alexander. Usher of the Black Bod, John Perks. Engrossing Clerk, 
J. S. White. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Pay S300 per Session and 10c. per mile travel. 
Speaker. . . .Hon Wm Pugsley, Jr. Additional payj$400. 
Albert County .... Hon Gaiu.s 8. Turner. H. R. E nmerson. 
C A KLETON County... Dr M. C Atkinson, G R Ketchuni. 

Charlotte Co Hon. James Mitchell. George Hibbard, Wm Douglas 

and James Russell. 
Gloucester " /Ton Patrick Ryan, John Young. 



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A. M. JACK. 



H. H. BELL. 



W. L LOWELL & CO. 

AND INSURANCE AOENTS. 

. — DEALERS IN — 

Exchange, Bullion, Foreign and 
Uncurrent Monies. 

Stocks, Bonds and Debentures for sale. Special attention 

given to Investments. 

Buy and Sell STOCKS, BONDS. Ac, in the MONTREAL, 
TORONTO, BOSTON, and NEW YORK MARKETS. 

Attention is called»to the MortffaffO Loan Dolsentures guaran- 
teed of the 

American Banking and Trust €o., %, 
Maricopa Loan and Trust Co,, 8 %, 

As offering a good rate of Interest with undoubted 
Security. Coupons cashed without charge. 

— AGENTS for — 

iEtna Insurance. Company, 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company, 

North British and Mercantile Insurance Company, 

(FIRE AND LIFE.) 

Aggregate Capita/ and Assets over $50,000,000. 

loRarance effected on moRt farornblf* ternm f '»r I or 8 yearR. Isolated farm 
rlitkH written at Ya 'A for 1 year, or 1 ;; fur 3 jrearw. 

Telephones Nos 373 and 694. 165 flOLLlS ST. 

JACK & BELL, 

Proprietors Chemical Fertilizer "Works. 

OFFICE and telephones SAME AS ABOVE. 



By the nse of one bottle of SIMSON'S LIXIHENX. 






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Kknt County J. P. Phinnev. Oliver LpRlanc. 

KiNOS " Hon VV Pufr-Iey, jr., A. S. White, Dr Geo L. Taylor. 

MADAWA8KA Co Lcvite Tiler ai'lt. 



Nokth'mbld " 



....J. p. Hiirchiil. John Morrisey, E. Hutchison and 

L.J Twee' lie. 
. .. .Albert Pal" tr, Thom is Hetherington. 
. . . .C H l.abilliiis and Wm Murray. 
. .. .I)r. Berry man. 

. . . .Hon David McLellan, Wm Quinton. 
. . . .Arthur Gasit r and Charles Harrison. 
....Geo W. Uaird. 
....Daniel L. Hanington, Jol>n A. Hum])liro3', E. A. 

Killani ai d J<'8e|<h L. Black. 
....Hon A. G. HIair. Wm Wilson, Dr. Moore and 

Kicliard Bellf.my. 

Clerk, H. B. Rainsford. Clerk Assist'int, John Richards. Chaplain, 
Dr. Mcl.eod. Serve'fn/-ff/-^j'»t«, John Greives. J£ngro8sin</ Chrks, (J. W . 
Beckwilh and A. J. Gregory. 



Queens " 

Rl STIGOUCHE " 

St Jouh City 
St. Jonri " 

SUNBUKY " 

VlCTOHIA •* 

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PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Lieut. Goremor,— (S7,000)— His Honor Hon J. S. Carvell. 
Pi'ivate Secretary - F. Parker Carvtll. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 
President— Hon W. W. Sullivan. 



Bon S. Prowee, 
*' J. (). Arsenanlt, 
" A. I. McDonald, 
" Neii McLeod, 



Hon John Lefurcey, 
'• Donald F^guson, 
" James Mchulj-on, 
" G VV. Bentley. 



Clerk and Auditor — R. F. DeUlois. 

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL 

President— Hon T. W. Dodd. 

Queen's Covsts:.— Charlottetown. and Royalty — T. W. Dodd, First 
District— John Kalderston. Anfius B. Mackenzie Second District— Jas. 
Nicholson, Alex. Man in. 

King's County.— A'»"s< District — 3. W. Fraser, Thoriias Kickbam. 
Second District— J as Ch>w, J. G. Scrimgeoiir. 

Prince County. — First District — lo^eph Murphy, B Rogers. Second 
District — P. S. MacNutt. Ale.x. Laird. 

Clerk, John Ball. Usher of the Black Rod, John M. Montgomery. 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 

Speaker — Hon John A. MacDonald. 

queen's county. 

Charhttetmon — Hon Neil McLeod, P Blake. 
First District— 'P. Sinclair, James M. Sutherland. 
Second District — D. Farquliaison. Joseph Wise. 
Third District — Doi aid I'Viguson, Lucius ( >. Kelly. 
Fourth Disti'ict— Angus A. McLean, George Forbes. 



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FIRE INSURANCE COMPY 

or LONDON. Established A. D. 1803. 

CAPITAL, £11,600,000 STQ. 



Insurance against Fire effected on all classfts of insurable property 
at current rates. THREE YEARS' POLICIES isiued on Private 
Dwellings, &c , at two annual rates. 

This being a Fire Office only, the whole of its assets and uncalled 
Capital, amounting to over £3,000,000 stg , is . i vailable f or the payment 
of i'ire losses. 

M B. DALY, Agent, 

OFFICE, 164 HOLLIS STREET, - HALIFAX, N. S, 

Telephone No. 459. 

Sub- Agencies in all the principal Towns in the Province. 

M. S. BRO WN & CO. 

ESTABLISHED A. D. 1840. 

Jewellers, Silverssiitlis, 

WATCHMAKERS & ENBEATERS. 



128 & 130 Granville St. 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



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Oeorgetoum—Hon D. Gordon. A. I. Ma<Donald. 
Fint Di»trict—im R. McLean, John McLean. 
Second District— W. W. Sullivan, .1. (;. Underhay. 
Third Diittrict —Uiinh L. Mncdonuld, Cvrua Shaw. 
Fourth Diitrict — lion Samuel Trowse, Angus McLeod. 

PRINCK COUNTT. 

First District— J. A. Matheson, Bernard f>. MacDonald. 
Second District— Hon John Yeo, James W. Richards. 
Third District — J. Alux McDonald, .J. O. Arsenault. 
Fourth District— Hon G. W. Hem ley. J. H. Bell. 
F(/(!/t District — Hon John Lefurgey^ John F. (iillis. 
C%te/ C/e/-^— Archd. McNeill; Asst. Cltrk—F. W. Hughes; Sergeant- 
at-Arma — D . McKenzie. 

PUBLIC OFFICERS. 

Provincial, Secretary and Treasurer — Hon Donald Ferguson ; Attorney 
General — Hon W. W. Sullivan ; Conwiissioner of Croivn and Public Lands — 
^on Donald Ker^uaon; Ri't/istmr o/" /)fe(/s— B. DesBiiaay. Eaq; 



-. ^, . „ Commis- 
sioner of Public Works— ttoii (). W. ^v\\{\i\\ Seci-etary of Puhlic Works, 
J. W. Morrison, Esq; Queev s Printer- John Coonibs, Ksq; Supt oi 
Education- D Montgomery; SecVy to Supt of Education - Rev D. McNeill; 
Prothonotary and Clerk of'" thf Crotim — R.T.' Weeks ; Judge of Probatr- 
Hon Charlea Young; Legislative Lihrarian — VAward Roach ; Asst P*>'ov Sec 
and Treas — Arthur Newberry; Asst Com of Crown and Public Land— 
Robert McKinlay ; Asst Registrar of Deeds— S. S. Peterson. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



Skat of Government— QUEBEC CITY. 

Lieut. Governor— {$10,000)— Wis Honor the Hop Auguste Real Angers. 
Aide-de-Camp, Capt H. C. Shippard. 
Esttra Aide-de- Camp, Lieut K. L. ! essard. 
Private Secretary, F. de L. Tache. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon Honore Mercier, President of the Executive Committee. 
Bon Pierre Garneau, Minister of Public Witrks. 

" Geo Duhaniel, Commissioner of Crown Lands. 

*' Joseph Stiehyn, Treasurer 

" A. Turcotte, Attorney General. 

" William Rhodes, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

" C. A. E. Gagnoii Secretary and Registrar. 

•' David A. Ross, Member of Cabinet. 

Clerk, Gustave Grenier. 

LEGISLATIVE COUNCILr 

Speaker Hon Henry Starnes . 

Hon Jamps Kew Ward Victoria, 

" Wilfred Prevost Rigaud, 

" De Lanaudiere, 

" Henry Starnes De Salaberry, 

" F. E. Gilman Wellington, 

" P. Boucher de La Bruere Rougemant, 

" J. A. Dorion Sorel 






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FELIXJ.QUINN, 

EUROPEAN HOTEL. 

First-class accoiniiiodation for Permanent and Transient Boarders. 



BELFAST GINGER ALE 










To Ihe Army aiifl Navy anil llie Royal Mail sieamsMps. 




OPPOSITE CUNARD'S WHARF, 

270 & 272 Upper Water Street, - HALIFAX, N. S. 

CREIGIITON & MARSHALL, 

STATIONERS, 

Paper Murs and Blank Book Manufacturers. 



— DEALERS IN — 



Charts, Nautical Insf^'iimentB, Nayigation Books, &c., &c. 



ORCNAKCE SQUARE, HALIFAX. 



3. J. S^^T^EET, 

IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

Strong, Fine- Flavoured TEA. 

REFINED SUGAR, MO'.ASSES, RAISINS, RIGE, STARGH, ETG. 
^ Please send for Samples and Prices. 

Corner of DUKE and HOLLIS Sts., - HALIFAX, H. S. 



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Eon Thoma* Wood Bodford, 

J. 0. Laviolutte , .* DeLorimier, 

.1 Hearn Stadac.ona, 

David A. Kosd Golf«. 

£lize« Diniine (irandvillc, 

Pierra (larnenu Do la Durantaya 

L. Nap Larocholle Lauzon. 

Ouilliiiimo Brenso Tlie Laurcutidefl, 

F. X M. Larue I<a Snlle. 

J.J. Ro»8 Hhawink'gan, 

F. X. O Methot De La Vulliere, 

HnrucM Archambeault Renentijjiiy, 

David Maroil Milles-Isle's, 

George Brvnon Iiikerina'i, 

Hon Ch«. Biucher de Bouclierville Montarville , 

LoiiiH Tourville Alma 

Edward Pacaud Kenebec. 

derk L. H. Frechette. Gentleman Usher of the Black Hod, 8. S. 
Hatt. Sergennt-at-Arms, Paul Blavin. 



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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Speaker. . . .Hon F. G. Marchand. 



Argenteuil William Owens 

Bagot Ins' ph l*il(»n 

Beauce Hon ^^■&n Blanchet 

Beauharnoia. . . .File Hcrciile Bitson 

Bellechasse .... j ,i, st. Maurice. 

Berthier Louis Svlvestre 

Bonaventure . . . H. J. Martin 

Brome 

Chambly Antoine Rochelnnu 

Champlain Dr Ferdinand Trudel 

Chateauguay. . .J. K. Uobidoux. 

Charlevoix Joseph Morin 

Chicouduiiandjg 5„p^^^ig 
SagUMnay ) 

Compton John Mcintosh, jr. 

Dorchester L. P. Pelletier 

Gaspe Hon E. J. Flynn 

Hocnelaga Chs L. Champagne 

Huntingdon. . . .Dr A Cameron 

Iberville Hon Geo Duliamel 

Jacques Cartier. A. Buyer. 

Joliette Louis Basinet 

Kamouraska. . .HonCA. E. Gagnon 

Laprairie Odilon Goyette 

L'Assomption ..Lud<?er Forest 

Laval P. E. Leiilanc 

Levis F. X. Lemieux 

L'Islet FG. Mivilie Dechenes 

Lotbiniere Ed H. Lalil)erte 

Maskinonge Jos H. Legris 

Megantic Hon VVm Rhodes 

Missisquoi E. E. Spencer i 

Clerk, Louis DeLorme. Sergeant 



Montcalm Hon LrO. Taillon 

Montmagny. . .N Bernafchez 

Montmorency .L. G. Desjardin.s 

Montreal, c...//o« Jaa. McSliane 

Montreal, k. . .L. C. David 

Montreal. \v. . .John Smythe Hall.jr 

Napierville. . ..Kugfue Lafontaine 

Nicolet F. S Tourigny 

Ottawa Co. . . . A. Rochon 

Pontiac W. J. Poupore 

Portneuf Jules Te.«8ier 

rk..„K ^ « t li- t'- Riiifret dit Ma- 
Quebec, C.j ,^,,j^ 

Quebec, K Hon J. Shehyn 

Quebec, w. . . . 

Quebec Co. . . .Tho Chase Casgrain 
Richmond & j t n- j 

Wolf { '^^^^^^^ Picard 

Richelieu L. Gaul Cardin 

Riraouski 

Rouville Ed Lareau 

St HN'acinthe. .Hon H. Mercier 

St Jean Hon F. G. Marchand 



St Maurice. . 
ShefTord . . . , 
Sherbrooke.. 
Soulanges. 



L.T.N. L. DuplesMS 
.T. B. de Grosbois 
.//on J. G. Robertson 
.(>. G. Bourhonnais 

Stanstead Ozro Baldwin 

Temiacouata. ..G. H. Deschenes 
Terrebonne . . .G. A. Nantel 
Trois Rivieres . //oti Arthur Turcotte 
Two MoiintainsB. Beaucliamp 
Vaudreuil . . . .Alfred Lapointc. 

Vercheres Ah^x Eust id Lussier 

Yamaska Victor Giadu 

at Arms, G. Laroque. 



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METHODIST BOOK ROOM, 

KHlablUhttil Fortjr Tea». 

RELIGIOUS AND GEnFrAL LITERATURE, 

Pocln'tn'Kl F.imilv nibleg. I'ravor Hooks. (Miiirch Scr^'l<ox. H<mti B 'oUh, Ac. 

The Ix'st plaoo In t'l- Moritin'o I'mvirico-* t> l)ii\ LIBIUKY BOOKti, 

P«rioill<«lH niul ulhiT Niibbmh Kihool RfquMlt*" -^Uple 

aiiil ruiii'v Stitii'iier.v, Sclmol Hooks, rtohool 

Stall .nory, iVc. VVh">lf8iilc and Kotall. 

HEADQUARTERS FOR C. L. S. C. BOOKS. 

TllADK SUI'I'LIED. Addrbm— 
8. P. HaBSTIS, 141 Granville St., Halifax, N S. 



T. G. A. WILSON, 

IMPOHTER OF AND DKALER IN 

Boots, Shoes, Slippers and I\iibbers, 

WHITE FRONT SHOE STORE, 

162 firanville Street, - HALIFAr. N. S. 

FREHCH STORE. 



S. LeBLANC, 



Proprietor. 



DEALER IN 



Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, &c. 

AT LOWEST PRICES. 

SACKYILLE, COR. LOWER WATER STREET. 



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S«AT or OOVKKNMKNT— TORONTO. 



LieuUn(mt-Oovemor,—(SU).0'.)0)—lliH llon'»rtho lion Sir Alex Campbell. 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

ffon O. Mowat, Prrmier and Attoi-ney OVnerrt/— (S.l.OOO). 
" A. M. K088, Pnmnciiil 7"/ fr»M»//V/-(*4. <()<»). 

(J. F. Kras«r, CmninltHmfinf Public \Voik»-(^\S^M)). 

A. S..nar(iv, Coinii^u»iontr of Crotmi A«n,'/ji— (ft4,U()0.) 

v.. \V K.««, Xfiniafcrof Kdncitim (t4,(il)().) 

C. nriirv, Minifittv of Aiiiicaltai't. — (^\.{V\i.)). 

J. M. Gibson, Proviminl Secref-my ami /ft.vwirar— ($4,00C). 

Clerk, IC. F. B. .Jolin>t()n. 
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 



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Addington John S M Her, 

Algoina vr fai Ooiiinee 

AI;;oiiiH B ... R. A. Lyon 

Hrant, n. r VV. W. VVood. 

Rrant,8. k Honk S. Hardy, 

Broclcville ... . Ihm C. F". Kra>er, 

Bruce, n . r i . V\' . S. Mi>,'K"r 

Bruce. 8.R H. P. O'Connor, 

Bruce, CR . . VV. McM. Hack, 

Cardwoll VV. H. Ilammill, 

Carleton G. W. Monk, 

Ct>rnwall VVm Mack, 

Dutferin F C. Stewart, 

Dunda» J P. Whitney, 

Durham, r.r. . .T. D. < laip. 
Durham, w.r.. .J. W. Mcl^aughlin, 

Elgin, B.R J. C. Dam e, 

Elgin, w. R. ...A. U. I' (;ram, 

Ehsbx, 8. R W. D. Balfour, 

Ehbhx, m. r., . . , . G Pacaud, 

Frontenac H. Smith, 

Gler'<arry J. R ^yside, 

Grenville, F. J. French, 

Grey, n.r D. Creighton, 

Grey, c. k., J. Rorke, 

Grey, a. r., . . . J. Blyth, 

Haldimand Hon J . Baxter, 

Halton W Kearns, 

Hamilton ciiy..Honi. M. Gibson, 
Hastings, N. it. , A F. Wood, 
Hastings, e.k, ,Wm. B. Hudson, 
Hastings, w r. .G. W. Ostrom, 
Huron, 8.R....A. Bishop, 

Huron, k . k T. Gibson, 

Huron, w.r.... Fhm A M. Ross, 
Kent, K R.,. . . .Rnbt Ferguson 
Kent, VV R., . . ..T. ' lancy, 
Kingston . . . . ,J. H. Metcalfe, 
Lambton, w. r. 



Field, 



Jacob "axter 

Lambton, k r. . .Petor Graham, 
Laii Ilk, N K . . .W.C.Culdwell, 
Lanark, s . r . . . . W. Le>'8. 

Leeds, R. H. I'rcston, 

Lennox W. W. Meacliam, 

Lincoln VVm (iarsmi. 

London W.R. .Meredith, 

Middlesex, K.R..R. I'ooley, 
Middlesex, .\.u. ..I Waters, 
Middlesex, W.R. //on »i W. Ro-s, 

Monck R. Ilarcourr, 

Muskoka Geo F. Marter, 

Norfolk, N.R. . . .J B. Freeman, 
Norfolk, 8. R. ... W Morgan, 

^'^«;^»^'j;»'^";'^"^; j or Wdloughby. 

Northumberland, ( p, ^ 

W.R P"^- 

Ontario, n.r. .. .L J. Gould, 
Ontario, s R. ...J. hrvden, 

Ottawa K. H. Br<»nson, 

Oxford. N. R. . . . Hon O. Mo watt, 

Oxford, s.R l)r McKiiy, 

Panv Souna . . . .S. Arm^^trong, 

Peel K Clush(»lm, 

Perth, N.R George Hess, 

Perth, s.R Thos Ballar.tyne, 

Peteiboro', w. R.J. R. Stratton, 
Peterboro', e.r. .T. Blezuril, 

Pre.scott A. Kvanturel, 

Prince Fdward. ..lohn A. Sprague, 

Renfrew, n k T. Murray, 

Renfrew, s.R J A. McAn-lrew, 

Ru.ssell A Robdlard. 

Simcoe, E R Hon ChuM Hrury, 

Sinicoe, c. r . . .(). J. Phelps, 
Simcoe, w. r. . . . Dr Thos VV \ lie, 

Toronto E F. Clarke, 

Toronto H. E. Clarke, 



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DIRECT UNITED STATES GABLE CO., 



iiiis«a:ixE3D_ 



«»FFI«E: Onceii KnlhliuK, Hollis St., Hnliftix. 
Rranch Ofllce: Deep nnter Terniinufi, <Ii«»iis ^Vhurf.) 



This Comimny's Cables are landed in Halifax Harbour aflFording direct 
and independent communication with Europe. 

CaWegrams to United Kingdom, Prance and Germany, 

25 CENTS P£/f WORD. 

Messages accepted for all parts of EUROPE, /{SIA, J^FRICA, 
SOUTH /IMER'CA AND J{USTRAU/{. 

THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 

Proprietors and Lessees of all the Telegraph Lines in the United States 
and the Maritime Provinces, from Port Hood to San Francisco, ar.d con- 
necting via Atlantic Cable and Northern line with all the Telegraphs in 
the world. Capital, $8i),000,000. Head Office, 145 B'dway, New 'fork. 
Prest, Norvin Green. V. Presdt, and Geul Manager, T. T. Eckertt 
V. Preadts, Geo J. Gould, Kobt C. dowry, I. Van Hr-ne. Sec'y, A. K. 
Brewer. Treas., R. H. Rochester. Auditor, J. B. VanEvery. Supd'. 
Eastern Division, C. A. Tinker. 

The Nova Scotia lines connect wi<^^ those of New Brunswick at Sackville, 
and those of Newfoundland at North Sj'dney, C. H. 

Neva Scotia District. — Superintenden% R. T. Clinch, St. John. Manager, 
D. C. Dawson. Accountant. A. E. Hoyt. (Jlerks, F. C. Beil, G. L, 
Adamore, J. Slaney. W. L. McLaughlin, T. O'Brien. Check Cie'-k, C. 
Smith. Chief Operator, C. W. McKee. VV. S. Morrisev, Miss E. Mackay, 
Miss Ann!'} S. Chisholm, Miss K McDonald, E. Abbott, P. L. Purcell, C. 
R. Cox, E. Burchell, C. S. Barss, J. Johnston, G. D. Hood, W. Hallis v. 



Amherst, 

Annapolis, 

Antigonish, 

Avondale, 

Aylesford, 

Arichat, 

Athol, 

Baddeck, 

Barrington, 

Berwick, 

Bridgetown, 

Bridj^'e\s„ter 

Bear Rive.-, 

Canning, 

Canso, 

Chester, 

Cow Bay, 

Digby, 

Debert, 

Dartmouth, 



Elmsdale, 
Great Village, 
Guysboro', 
Glace Bay, 
Halifax, " 
Hantsport, 
Iron Mines, 
Isaac's Harbor, 
Jeddnre, 
Kentville, 
Lawrencetown, 
Liverpool, 
Lockeport, 
Londonderry, 
'^Lunenburg, 
Mahone Bay, 
Maitland, 
Margaret's Bay, 
Maccan, 



Middleton, 

Mabou, 

Musquodoboit 

North Sydney, 

N. Glasgow, 

Parrsboro, 

Pictou, 

Pictou Landing, 

Port riastmgs. 



Spring Hill Mines, 

St Peter's, 

Stellanon, 

Stewiacke, 

Sydney, 

Svdney Mines, 

Tatamagouche, 

Tangier, 

Truro, 



Port Hawkesbury,Tor Bay, 

Port Hood, Victoria Mines, 



Vi. Mulgrave, 
Pugwash, 
Richmond, 
River John, 



Wallace, 
Wdverley, 
Weymouth, 
Westville, 



Sackville, N. B., Whitehead, 
Shelburne, Windsor, 



Shubenacadie, 
Sherbiook, 
Ship Harbor, 



Melrose, 
East R Sheet Hbr Mt. IJniacke, 

And all Railway Stations in Province, 



Windsor Junction, 

Wolfviile, 

Yarmouth, 



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Toronto . ». . . John T.eys, 

Victoria, b.r John Fell, 

Victoria, w. K...J. S. Cruesn, 
Waterh.o, n.r.. ,E. W. B. Snider, 
Waterloo, s. R. . .Isaac Master!*, 

VVellana J. E. Morn, 

Wellini^ton, a. R.Don (Juthiie, 



Wellington, R.R. .0. Clarke, 
Wellin>.'ton, w.R.A. S. Mian, 
Wentworth, n r. .Jas McMtibon, 
Wentworth SR.N. Awrey, 

York, E.R G. H.Smith, 

York, w.R J. T. Gilmour, 

York. N.R E. J. Davis. 



Clerk, . T . Gillmor. Sergt-at-Arms, F. J. Glackineyer. 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 



Seat of Government— WINNIPEG. 



Lieutenant Governor, — Hon John C Schultz. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon Thos Greenway, (Premier) Preg. of Council, Min. of Agncuhure, ^c- 

" Joe Martin, Atty. (len.. Land Com and Rnilioay Com. 

*' .lames A. Smurt, Minister of Public Works. 

" , Prov ncinl Secretary, 

*' Daniel H. McMi Ian, Promnciat Trei'surer. 

" .Ino. A. MacD>>n»'II, Chief Clerk Pvhlic Works Department. 
H. A. Maclean, Chief Clerk Atty -Gen's. Dcpartmenl. 
Wna. John Ptolemy, Chief Clerk Trensnry Department. 
C. A. Sadleir, Clerk of ExecMive Council. 
Geo. Black. Provinci'd Auditor. 
T. Bertrand, Queen's Printer. 
J. P. Robertson, Libranan. J. Macdougall, Serg. at Arms. 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Speaker.,.. Hon Wm Winram. 



Beautiful Plains. 

Birtle 

Brandon City ... 

Carillon 

Cartier 

Centre Winnipeg 

( 'y press 

Denr.is 

Duiferin 

Emersiin 

Kdlarney 

Kildonan 

Lakeside 

!.an>-dowMe 

LaVerandrye . . . 

Lorne 

Manitou 

Miiiiiedosa ..... 

Mordeii 

Morris 



Jo'rn Cruwf >rd 
Chas J. Mickle 
Hon Jas A. Smart 
, M .Jerome, 
.Thus (Jfllev, 

fibnO. 1 1. McMillan 

K.J. Wood. 

D. McLean, 
R. P. Rubliii, 
Jas Thomsim, 
F. M. Yoiinir, 

K- McKenzie, 

E. Dickson, 
Wm La imodiere, 
R. G O'MiiHey, 
Hon Wm Winram, 
.J. D. Gillie.s 
Alex Lawrence 
.A. F. M rtin, 

Clerk, C. 



;M<>iintain Hun V. Greenway, 

i Norfolk S. 1. Thom»*on, 

North Hrrtndnn. .Clifford Siiton, 

I North Win nip {;.J-\nnan .M. . I ones, 
Port <ge la Pr.iiri^frtin. Joseph Martin, 

Rockwood S. J. Jackson, 

Rosenffcldt E. Wi kler, 

Kusseil lames Kish^r. 

St. \ndrew9 . .F. W. Colcleugh, 
St. Boniface Roger Manon, 

iShoal Lake Jas Harrower. 

Somis A. M. l'an"i|ibell, 

Soutli Brandon. .H. C. (I'rahMm, 
South U'mnipeg.I aao Campbell, 
Springfield . . i'. H. Stn th. 
Turtle Mountain. John Hetile, 

Woodlands Hon J. E. P. Pren- 

[dergast, 
Westbourne Thos L. Morton. 

A. Sadleir. 



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DAV/D ROCHE, 

^^ Painter and Glazier, 4^ 

PAPER HANGER & DECORATOR. 

Plain and 
Ornamental 
Lettering. 




— IMPORTBR OF — 

ENGLISH. FRENCH AND 
AiWERICAN 

Paper Hangings 



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Decorations. 



Faints, 
OUs, 
Vaiiiislies, 
Qlass, 

Putty, 
Brushes, 
Dry Colors, 
Smalts, Sto. 



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G. & J. FOTTSK'S 

PAPER-HANGMS. 



Orders from the 
Country solicited. 



234-236 ARGYLE ST., AND JACOB ST., 



Instant Belief afforded in cases of ASTHMA 



STOCKS at NOVA SCOTIA NURSERY, Lockman St., Halifax^. 






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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Seat op Goveknment — VICTORIA. 



JJeut. -Gov.~iW, 000)— Qis Honor the Bon Hugh Nelson. 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Bon Forbes G. Vernon* Comrri'r of Lands and Works. 

Hon John Robson,, (Premier.) Provincial Secretary, Minister Mines. 
Hon J. H. Turner, Minister of Finance and Agriculture, fibn. Theodore 
Divie, Attorney General. 

Hon C. E. Pooler, President of the Council. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Speaker. ... 

Cariboo George Cowan, Joseph Mason, J. B. Naaon . 

CasBiar John Grant. 

Comox T. B. H umphreys. 

Cowichan Henry Fry, Henry Croft. 

Esquimanlt D. W. Hi^gins, C. E. Pooley. * 

Kootenay Col Jrmes Baker. 

Lillooet E. Allen. 

Naoaimo Geo Thomson. 

New Westminster City. W. N. Bole. 

Do. do. Dist.John Robson, James Orr, W. H. Ladner. 

Victoria City Hon R. Beaven, T.Davie, S. Duck, Hon J. H.Turner 

Do. District James Tolmie, G. W. Anderson. 

Yale F. G. Vernon, Chas Semlin. G. B. Marlin. 

Clerk, T. Fell. 



THE NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES. 



Seat of Government— REGINA. 



Lieut.- Governor' — His Honor tlie Hon Joseph Royal, ($7,000). 

' LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Speaker — Hon H. C. Wilson, m.d. 
Battleford — James Clinskill. 
Batoche — H.Mitchell. 

Caigary — John Lineham, H. S. Cayley. • 
Edriwntxm — H. C VN il^on, Frank Oliver, 
Kinnistino — lames Hoey. 
Macteoa — F. W. G. Haultain. 
Mtdicine Hat— Thomas Tweed. 
Moose Jaw— J. H. Ross. 
Moosomin — I R. NeiF. 
Prince Albert — W'm I'laxton. J F Betts. 

QWAppelle, {North)— Wm Sutherland. 

'• {South)— U, S Davidson. 

Red Deer— Dr Mrett * 

Regina, {North}-D F JeWy. 

•• (WoM^/i)— ) oh n Record. 
S(mri8—,] G Turriff. 

Wallace — Joel R*-anian. 

Whitewoud A G riiornbum. 

Wol§eley — B P Richardson. 



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SALYIAS at N. S. NURSERY, Lockman St., HALIFAX. 



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578 to 582 Craig Street, Montreal, and 15 Fjank 
Street West, Toronto. , 



THOS. LOGAN, 

President. 



JOHN MacFARLANE, 

Vice Pres. and Manag. Director. 



JOHN G. "^^OUNG, Sec-Treaa. 



— MANl vCTURERS OF 



White and Tinted Writings, 

Envelopes and Cover Papers, 

Book, News, and Poster Papers. 

BLEACHED & UNBLEiCHED MANILLAS 

And Hosiery Papers. 

BROWN WRAPPING I ROOFING FELTS. 

ALSO * 

Glazed and Plated Papers, Coated Book andUtho Label 
Papers, Envelopes & Shipping Tags, specialties. 



SPECIAL PAPERS MADE TO ORDER. 



— ALWAYS ON HAND FULL LINES OP — 

BiiTiDEii's stock: 

In Leathers, Binders Cloth, Mill and Straw Boards. 



Head Office: MONTREAL. Western Branch: TORONTO. 
Works : WINDSOR & SPRINGVALE MILLS. ^ 



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for Weakness of the lids use SIMSOX'S GOLDEIf EYE WAl'ES, 



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Cut Flowers mailed from N. 8. Nursery, Lockman St., Halifax. 



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The Halifax Hatter, 

133 GRANVILLE ST., 

HALIFAX, N. S. 



STAIT OF THE ARMY Ilf NOVA SCOTIA. 



CommandltKf U. M. Forces, His Excellency Lt. -General Sir John Ross, k.c.b. 

Asxt Mil. Sec. and A. D. C, Major J. D. Manuel, Kifie Britjade. 

Aid('8-de-Cain.p, C'apt. A. E. -lenkins, Rifle Brigade. 

Aunt, Adjt.-Gx-n., Col. J. Golrtie, h. p., laierith Dr.i<roon Guards. 

Dip. Agst. Adjt.-Gi'iis., MiijorS. .J. Lea, A. S Corps; Lient.-Col. E. Gunter, 

Colonel on the Staff Coinu.andini) Royal Artillery^ Col. E. R. Ryan. 

Coianianditiy Riyal Enninecm, Col. E. D. (J. O Britn. 

Senr Qrd. Stor,; Ojficer. Lt.-Col G. A. Jolly, A. G. C. of Ordnance. 

District Pay iiatiter, Lieut. -Col. E. A. Raymond. 

Prin. Medical Ofioer, Depiity Surgeon-Gen. E. G. McDowell, c. B. 

Chaplain, Rev. J. S. Edwardes, a. a. 

Royal Artillery — Commavdimi R. A., Halifax district, Lieut. -Colonel G. A* 
No.v'cs. Major, N. Powlett Captains, F. Waldron, A. Crawford. Lieutenants, 
Q. G. S. (arty, I. M Matg'wan, I Moren. i'vd Lieutenants, A. P. Douglas, R. 
H. V. McCulloeh, C C. Chuttaway, Kugge- Price, Parker, Moore. hmpectur 
Warlik; Stores and Firetnantcr, Major G. Will. Adjt R. A. BrititshN. America, 
Capt C. T. Boileau. Adjt. R. A., Halifax DisL, Lieut. H. E. Marsh. 

(Batteries e.\pected).—iVo. 3 Batty West'n Div. R. A. —Major, C. R. VV Hervey. 
Captain, VV. S, Cuminin.'s Lieutu,, E. Morley, D. A. Thornton, H. C. Sa dford. 

No.SSBatt'y. Western Dio., R. A.— Major, L. W. Parsons. Cap'.ain, C G. 
Neish. Lieut s., A. B. Denne, R. VV, Boijer, J. E. James. 

No. 2U Batt'y. Westerji Dio., R. A.— Captains, Hon. J. E. P. Vereker, A. J. 
Muriii.H. LUuta., VV. Arthy, H. M. Elliott, H. M. Barnes. 

Royal Engineers.— Exeeutioe Officer, Major C. H. Bagot. Major, S. McM. 
MaycocU. Captains, E L Bor, H. E Rawson. Lieutenants, I. E. Hamilton, 
F. A. Alolon.\. H. C. Carey, G. P. Aokworth, J. I Ling, A. J. Birton. i 

2mi Bait. West Ridini Rei/t.—Lt -dl., Edwin Gla^s Fenn. Majors, John 
Maxwell Lowe, A. J. C Wrench, E. Nesbit, C. Conor. Adjutant, Lieut. S. C. i 
Umfreville. Captains, P. T. Rivett-Carnac, VViUian\ Jo.-eph Goold, H. C. Suft. 
Lievts., Krai k Harrison .Ain.sworth Swanton, S. C. Unifrcville, H VV. VV. V\'ood, 
Reginald Sonierset, Robert Mai.s all, William Exshaw, Hi^riry Wryxin Becher, i 
Edward Miintray Kinnaiid Parwn , N G. H Turner, E. R. Houghton. 2nd 
Lients., Alexan.ler Frederick Wallis, James Alec i harles Gibbs, Henry Erasmus ; 
Norman, R. H. M Currie, VV. Bcale, T. s. Hmith, L.A. G. Hamv.er. Paymaster, 
Capt. Stewart J. Trench. Quarter master, Lieut. VVm. Fitzpatiick. 

Army Servicb Cori'8.— Capt. & Qr. Master F DeLiale. 

Mbdic'al Dkpartment.— Wonomry. Deputy Surgeon-Oen., W. S. Oliver, m. d. 
Sunfean- Major, A. W. Browne, Saryeons, H. Grier, G. E. Weston, J. F. 8. 
Fowler, M. B. 

Ord.sancr Store Department.— Z>. A. C. Gen., G. O. Warren. 

Army Pat Dsvaktmrst.— Paymaster, Captain J S. Gaussen. 



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Mammoth Works, 



MANDFAOTURERS OF 



Bread, Cale, Biscoit, Confectionery, Dessioated CocoaDOt, 
Fruit Syrnps, &c., Wootl and Paper Boies, 

ARCYLE. DUKE sTcRAFON STREETS, 

Office & Salesroom : 128, 130 & 132 Argyle St. 

HALIFAX, N. S. 



A. 




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IMPORTERS, 

and Spirit Merchants, 



And Proprietors MeDougall's Distillery. 



Agcits in Nova Scotia and P. E. Island for Messrs. 
LUCIEN, BELLOT & CO., Cognac. 



234 Hollis Street HALIFAX. N. S. 



C. B. McDOUGALL. 



SmSON'S TOLU ABfD ANISEED cures COUGHS, COLDS, 

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fionqnets by mall from HI. S. NUB8ERT, Lookinan St., Haltfax. 



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THE NAVY. 



Oommander-in- Chief of the Not'th Amei-ican and West India Station, 
His Excellency Vice Admiral (ieor^e W. Watson. Secrttary, £dwarcl 
Rubinson. Flag Litttt. Ernest T. C. Troubridfi* 

H. M. NPval Yard, Halifax. 

Naval and Victualling Storekeeper and Accountant^ A. Vieard; Clerk, 
Higher Division, ( harles Stubbing; Clerk of Works, Thos. Sims; Boat- 
swain 0/ the Yard, Charles Austen; Carpenter, John H. Bennett. 

H. M. Ships on the North American and West India Station. 

The Tonnage and Horse Power given are the .oeight in Tons and the jiidicated 
, Horse Power of the Engines. 

Bellkrophon, 14, Iron Ship, Armour-plated. 7550 tons. 6250 H. P. , 
Captain, Charles (/. Drury; Cmnmnnder, Geo A. Callaghan; I<ie«<«, Htm. 
W. G. Stopford, Fhihp E. K. Wolfe, Arthur Barry, Ctiarles H. Dundas, 
Joseph R. Brin<*on, Bryan C Godfrey Faussett; Staff Com., Fredk Mire; 
Maj Mar Art, Wm P. Wright; Lieut Mar, Edward K. Cottingham ; Chap- 
lain, Rev Francis Flinn; Surgeons, Geo. Bolster, (Ft.), Thos. It. Pickthorn, 
J. L. Thomas; Paym, H. A. Scrievener. 

Buzzard, 8, Twin-Screw Sloop. 1140 tons. Commander, Julian A. 
Baker; Lieuts, A. G. M. Meredyth, McL. A. Cockratl; Surgeon, James 
M. Rogers. 

Canada, 10. S. Cruiser. 2380 fons. 2430 H. P. Capt. L. A. Beau- 
mont. Lieuts, J. M. Stokes, H. G. King- Hall, E. W. Yorke. Nav. Lieut, 

F. C. A Crooke. Staff Surg, Thos. M. Sibbald. Paym, C. P. Penny. 

CoMU3, 12, S. Cruiser. 2380 tons. 2450 H. P. Cant, George L. 
Atkinson; Lieuts, Cecil Burney, JohTi F. Mills, Richd. W. F. Meade, Henry 
W. Thierens, F. H. Peyton. 'Lieut Mar, John B. Pym. Chaplain^ Rev 
A. G Yates; Surgeons, M. O'C. McSweeney, VV. G. Axford; Paym, Reg. 
C. Hodder. 

Emerald, 12, S. Cruim\ 2120 tons. 2170 H. P. Capt, Sir B. W. 
Walker: Lituts, J. H. W. Theed, W. B. Anson, A. B. Prance, T. D. L. 
Sheppard, S. C. Weigall: Chap and Nav Inst, Rev F. A. Sims; Surg, G. 
R. D. Charlton; Paym, Chas. Vawdrey. 

Forward, 4. S. Composite Gunboat. 455 ton<«. 450 H. P. Lieut, 
and Commander, S. W. A. H. Gray; Sub Lieuts, P. H Munro, E. P. F. 

G. Grant; Surgeon, W. G. Jack; Asst Paym, J. L. H. German. 

pAThiDGE, 6. Screw Gunboat. 755 tons. 1200 H. P. Lieut, and Com., 
Francis C. M. N^oel; Sub.-Lieuts, T. W Hemp, C. B Miller; Surg, Alex. 
G. Andrews; Paym. G C. A. Boyer. 

Pyi>ade8, 14, Screw Cruiser. 1420 tons. 1640 H. P. Captain, E. N. 
Rolfe; Lieuts, E.H.Blair, C. H. Umfreville, P. A. I. Lloyd; Surg,W. 
E. Bennett; Paym, J. W. Chaster. 

Ready, 4, Twin-Screw Gun Vessel. 610 tons. 890 h. p. Commander, 
Walter H. B. Graham; Lieuts, W. B May, M. H. H. Nelson, W. H. Mon- 
tanaro: Paym, Geo. Finlay; Surg, Anthony Kidd. 

Tourmaline, 12, S. Screw Cruiser. 2120 tons. 2000 H P. Capt, 
Mather B\les: Lieuts. John CHsemeni, Herbert Lyon, i'.rnest G. Barton, 
P. N. Ward; Surg, J. L. Sweetnam; Paym, Cecil P. Walker. 



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BLJICK, BROS. & CO. 

SHIP CHANDLERS 



— AND — 



Hard\vare Merchants. 



IMPORTKRa OF AND DE.NLERS IN 



SHIPS' OUTFITS, FISHII(G SUPPLIES, 

Shelf and Saddlery Hardware, Metals, &o. 



AGENTS FOB — 



Edinburgh Roperie and Sail Cloth Co. 

Mt. Vernon Duck t'o.'s Ship and Light Duck. 

Cape Ann Anchor Works' Fisliing Anchors*. 
Bullivant & Co. 'a Patent Steel Wire Ti)wing HawseiH. 

Peacock & Buchan's Patent House and Ship Paints. 

DOWNIE; & UR^EN, 

(SuccessorH to A. A. BLISS & CO.) 

Boots and Shoes, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT LOWEST PRICES. 

-^FiJ\f£ AMERICAN SHOES, A SPECIALTY.^ 
Red Front Shoe Store, 

166 GRANVILLE STREET, - - HALIFAX, N. S. 

^ MCALPINE'S 

province of f(ova Scotia Diectory. 

rpHIS work will contain the nan)es of every person (male) from £0 .years old 
\_ and upward. It will not be published a.;ain for ten yearn, and will therefore 1 
be an excellent and •'theip medium to Advertisers. The Publishers ;ire quite 
encourafft d in their canvass for the New Brun.swick Directory, and hope the Nova 
."■coiia busi- ess men of all classes will see the icctssity of beiniJf equal, if not 
superior, to their neitfhbors in .su(ip >rt of their nwn Provincial Di'ePtory. There , 
is great, need of a Cieneral Directory as there has not been one issued for 18 years. I 



SIMSON'S LINIMENT CURES DANDRUFF 



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G. M. SMITH & CO. 

Importers of Staple and Fancy 

DUT GOODS. 

l^o— Cri-rtiiville Street — lo^ 

Halifax, n. s. 



Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets; 

FRENCH Kin GLOVES. 

Hosiery. Corsets. 

MANTLES AND MILLINERY. 

Country Okdehs solicited, to which we give our best attention. 



WEATHER GUIDE. 



The following Table (the result of many yearb' actual observation) is 
ascribed to Dr. Ilerschel. It is constructed upon a due consideration of 
the attraction of the Sun and Moon in their several positions respecting 
the Earth, and serves to show what kind of weather will most probably 
follow the entrance of the Moon into any of her quarters : — 



Moon. 



Time uf Change. 



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jCold with showers. 
JRain. 
Wind and rain. 

Variable. 

Showery. 

Very rainy. 

Variable. 

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Fair. 



Hard Frost unless 
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Snow and stormy. 
Stormy and rainy. 
Stonny. 
Rain if wind W. 

Snow if E. 
Cold and high wind. 
Snow or rain. 
Fair and mild. 
Fair. 

Frosty if wind N or N 
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Fair and frosty. 



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HALIFAX, N. S. 



MONUMENTS, 

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163 - - Barrington Sr/fEET, - - 163 
ROBT. WALLACE, 

(Established in Halifax 1S71.) 
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

hiih, Clocks, Jewellery, Optical Mi, lihr Md fare 

AND SEWING MACHINES. 

The Suhacriber would especially draw the attention of his friends and the 
public geierally to the " WHI I'E," und " NEW WILLIAMS," Kinjrs of American 
and Canadian Sewinii Machines, which he will sell very cheap, Wholesale and 
Retail, on the most favoralile terms. 

Please call and see or send for descriptive circular, as these first-class Sewinjf 
Machines are sod by me or y agents at a LowKa price than many of the great 
number of common machincB now in the market. 

Yours ve-y truly, ROBERT WALLACE. 

Bepairing In the above Branches promptly attended to 

at this establishment by first-class workmen. Charges as low as possible, consistent 
with faithful work. 



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163 Barrington Street, - - - HALIFAX, N. S. 



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BELCHERS' ALMANACK 



Calculated for Halifax, Lat. 44° 39' 20" N., an(' Lonp;. 63° 36' 40'' W 
from Grpenwich, — and for ordinary purposes will serve, with 
sufficient airuracy, for all |>iirtH of the Province, in- 
cluding^ the Island of Cape Breton. 

Calculated, reduced and compiled by J. M. Coynorayhamb, 
New Braunfels, Texas. 

SIGNS OF THE PLANETS, ETC. 



Spring 
signs. 



Summer 
signs. 



fThe Sun, 
or The Earth, 
% New Moon, 
J) First Quarter, 
O Full Moon, 
(C Last Quarter, 

SIGNS OF 

1 ^ Aries, head, 

2 ^ Taurus, neck, 

3 n Gemini, arms, 

4 25 Cancer, breast, 

5 SL Leo, heart. 



5 Mercury, 

9 Venus, 

% Mars, 

^ Jupiter, 

^2 Saturn, 

4 Herschel or Uranus. 



THE 



ZODIAC. 

7 sfia Libra, reins, 

8 TT\^ Scorpio, secrets, 

9 / Sagittarius, thi. 
101^ Capricornus, kn 

1 1 CJS Aquarius, legs, 

12 K Pisces, feet. 



Autumn 

signs. 

Winter 
signs. 



f 6 ^DJ Virgo, bowels, 
CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES FOR THE YEAR. 



Golden Number 10 

Epact 9 

Solar Cycle 23 



Dominical Letter E 

Roman Indiction 3 

Julian Period 6603 



The year 5651 of the Jewish Era begins on September 15, 1890. 
Ramadan (month of abstinence observed by the Turks) begins on 
April 21, 1890. 
The year 1308 of the Mohammedan Era begins on Aug. 17, 1890. 

FIXED AND MOVABLE FESTIVALS, ANNIVERSARIES, &c. 



Epiphany Janv. 6 

Septuagesima Sunday Feb . 2 

Qp.inquagesima — Shrove Sun. 16 

Ash Wednesday 19 

Quadrages'nia — Ist Sunday 

in Lent 23 

St. David Mar. 1 

St. Patrick 17 

Annunciation — Lady Day. . . 25 

Palm Sunday 30 

Good Friday April 4 

Easter Sunday 6 



Low Sunday 13 

St. George 23 

Rogation Sunday May 11 

These and other Feasts and Anniversaries, 
proper places in the Calendar. 



Ascension Day— Holy Thurs.May 15 

Birth of Queen Victoria 24 

Pentecost — Whit Sunday ... 25 

Trinity Sunday June 1 

Corpi i Christi 5 

Accession of Queen Victoria . . 20 

Proclamation " . . 21 

St. John Baptist— Midsummef 

Day 24 

St. Michael— MichaelmasDaySepf. 29 
Bii,';b of Prince of Wales . . .Nov. 9 

St. Andrew 30 

First Sunday in Advent 30 

St. Thomas Dec. 21 

Christmas Day 25 



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BEGINNING OF THE SEASONS. 

Sun enters 7*, (Sprinj; lwj;inH) Mnrcli 20, Ht Noon. 

Sun enters 03, (Summer beginM^ June 21, at 8 h. M. 

Sun enters :£=, (Autumn bej^iiis) SeptemlHjr 22, at 10 h. A. 

Sun cnterH V^, (Winter l)0;x>nti) December 21, at & h. A. 

ECLIPSES IN 1890. 

In the year 1890 there will be two Eclipses of the Sun and one of 
the Mooti. 
I. — An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, June 17th, invisible at Halifax. 
nesiuH on tin* Earth penerwilv, June 17ih, 2h. 41m. M., Mean Time 
at lirtlif.ix, in Long 13° 58' W. of Greenwich, and Lat. 0° 47' N. 

Central Kclipsc be^fins generally, June 17, 3h. 48m. M., Mean Time 
at Halifax, in Lonir. 32° 30' W. of Greenwich, und Lat. 5° 8' N. 

Central Eclipse at Noon, June 17, 5h 44m. M., Mean Time at Hali- 
fax, in Long. 30° 31' E. of Greenwich, and Lat. 36° 41' N. 

Ceniral Eclipse cnils generally, June 17, 7h. 34m. M., Mean Time 
at Halifax, in Long. 101° 2.5' E. of Greenwich, and Lat. 18° 46' N. 

Ends on the Earth generally, June 17, 8h. 41m. M., Mean Time at 
Halifax, in Longitude 82° 44' E. of Greenwich, and Lar. 14° 27' N. 

II.— A partial Eclipse of the Moon, Nov 26, !890, invisible at 
Halifax. 

First contact with the Penumbra, Nov. 26 6 h. 23 m. M. 

" Shadow, •' 26 9 h. 15 m. M. 

Middle of the Eclipse, " 26 9 h. 25 m. M. 

Last contact with the Shadow, " 26 9 h. 25 m. M 

Penumbra, " 26 Uh. 36 m. M. 

Mean Time at Halifax. 

III. — A Total Eclipse of the Sun, Decemher 11, 1890, invisible at 
Halifax. 

Begins on the Earth generally, Dec. ll,8h. 14m. A., Mean Time 
at Halifax, in Long. 77° 46' E. of Greenwich, and Lat. 8° 19' S. 

Central Eclipse begins generally, Dec. II, 9h. 18m. A., Mean Time 
at Halifax, in Long. 56" 58' E. of' Greenwich, and Lat. 18" 42' S. 

Central Eclipse at Noon, Dec. 11, llh. Im. A., Mean Time at 
Halifax, in Long. 129° 42' E. of Greenwich, and Lat. 53® 58' S. 

Central Eclipse ends generallv, D c. 12, Oh. 24m. M., Mean Time 
at Halifax, in Long. 142° 48' W. of Greenwich, and Lat. 36° 31' S. 

Ends on the Earth generally, Dec. 12, ih. 29m. M., Mean Time 
at Halifax, in Longitude 165° 0' W. of Greenwich, and Latitude 26° 
31' S. 

EXPLANATORY. 
Aphelion — that part of a planet's orbit farthest from the Sun. 
Perihelion — that part of a planet's orbit nearest the Sun. 
Elongation — angular distance of a planet from the Sun, as seen from 
the Earth. 

Penumbra — a partial shadow resulting from the diminished light of 
the sun to the earth or moon, during a solar or lunar eclipse, appearing 
as partial. * 
Declination — the distance of a heavenly body from the equinoctial line. 
Ecliptic — the plane of the earth's orbit nearest the sun. 
([_ Apogee — greatest distance from the earth. 
^ Perigee — least distance from the earth. 
□ Quadrature. <? Opposition. (5 Conjunction. 
£1 Ascending node. ^ Descending node. 



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Tho letturii M. A., rn. a., dui.oto moniiny and ajlemoon; h. m. 8., 
hours, minutes ant! siiunds. 

N. north, K. east, ° DcgrecB, 

S. uouth, W. weat, ' Minutes of Arc. 

'' Seconds of Arc. 

The Astronomiral day is reckoned from Noon to Noon throogh tho 
24 hours. Thus July 21. 9h. is 9h. A. ut' July 21st, and July 21sf, 
I5h. is3h. M. of July 22. 

The Sun's Dcclintition and Equation of Time are given for Noon 
at llalirax, Apparent Time, ('.<;. when the True Sun is on the meridian. 

The Moon's Southing is given in Astronomical Time for the 
Meridian Passage at Halifax; Hud her declination when on that 
meridian. 

Both tho rising and setting of tho Moon are given for every day in 
the year. 

THE Tn:)ES. 

The Tides in the Calendar given for tho Ports mentioned, are tho 
tides that occur during tho day. In tho Tide Table CpaK« 53) will be 
found constants for finding the time of High Water at each of the 
places mentioned in the Table. 

The Times of High Water given in the Calendar have been 
corrected for the varying distance of tho Moon from the Earth, and 
also for fier angular distance from the Sun. They can now be 
depended on as accurate to at least the same degree as the Admiralty 
Tide Tables. 

It will sometimes he found that when a constant is added to the time 
ol High Water at IlHlifax, the sum exceeds 12 hours; in this case 
subtract 12 hours from the sum, and the remainder will be the time 
of High Water at the required port on the following afternoon or 
morning, according as the Tide at Halifax was a morning or afternoon 
Tide. 

EXAMPLB. 

High Water at Halifax, Jan. 19th llh. 34m. M. 
Boston Light, U. S., add 3h. 22m. 



14h. 56m. 
Subtract 12h. 



High Water at Boston, Jan. 13 2h. 56m. A. 
It will spnietimes he found that a constant to be subtraciod is greater 
than the Time of Higli Water at Halifax; in this case (<dd 12 hours 
to the time at Halifax, subirtict the constant, and the remainder will 
be the time of High NVater at the required Port for the previous 
Morning or Afternoon, according as the tide at Halifax was an 
Afternoon or Morning Tide. 

EXAMPLE. 



High Water at Halifax, Jan. 20, Oh. 

Add 12h. 



1 7m. A. 



Cape Sable Island, S. side, Subtract 



12h. 
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17m. 
19m. 



High Water at Cape Sable Island, S. side, Jan. 20, lOh. 58m. M. 



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TIDE TABLE 



The time of High Water at the undermentioned places will be found by 
adding to or subtracting from the time of High Water at Halifax — as follows : 



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H. M. 

Argyle, .Jones' Anchorage, .add 1 38 
Arichat Harbour, . .add 21 

Ainet Sound, . .add 2 41 

Avon River, . .add 4 41 

Blind Bay, . .subtract 3 

Beaver Harbour, . .sub 9 

Bedeque Bay, Green's Wf. .add 2 26 
Bay Verte, 
Boughton ^larbour, 
Boston Light, U. S. 
Chester Harbour, 
Chezetcook, Petpisawick, 
and Musquodoboit Inlets 
Cumberland Basin, 
Country Harbour, 
Cape Sable Island, N. side 

Cape Sable Island, S. side 

Cape Sable, 

Clarke Harbour, 

Clam Point, 

Cheticamp, 

Cape North, 

Cardigan Bay, 

Cape Bear, 

Charlottetown, 

Cape George, 

Digby Gut, 

Egmont Bay, 

East Point, 

Folly Point, 

GutofCanso, 

Guysboro' Harbour, 

Gloucester, U. S. 

Horton Bluff, 

Island Harboxir, 

Isle Haute, 

Jebogue River, 

Jedore Harbour, 

Jor.rimain I, . 

Liscomb Harbour, 

LaHave, 

Lunenburg, . . 

Liverpool Bay, 

L'Etang Haroour, 

Lepreau Bay, 

Louisburg Harbor, C. B. . 

Martin River, 

Machias, Seal Island, 

Mabou River, 

Magdalen Islands, 

Menadieu Bay, 

Merigomish Harbour, 



..add 4 6 


..sub 9 


. .sub 19 


..sub 119 


. .add 38 


. .add 1 9 


. .add 38 


. .add 26 


..add Oil 


. .add 51 


. .add 1 11 


.add 2 56 


.add 2 26 


.add 3 11 


. .sub 4 49 


.add 41 


.add 4 


.add 1 26 


.add 31 


.add 3 12 


.add 4 41 


.sub 9 


.add 3 32 


.add 2 15 


.sub 4 


.add 1 41 


.add 11 


.add 2 


.add 5 


.add 1 


.add 3 30 


.add 3 29 


add 11 


.sub 6 


.add 3 16 


.add 1 11 


.add 31 


.add 26 


.add 2 17 



Mud Island, 

Noel Bay, 

Negro Harbour 

North Miuime/ 

Port George, 

Passamaquoddy, 

Pope Harbour, 

Placentia, 

Prospect Harbour, 

Port Mcdway, 

Petit Passage, 

Pubnico Harbour, 

Port Mouton, 

Port Ebert, 

Pugwash Harbour, 

Port Hood, 

Quaco Bay, 

Ragged Island Harbour, 

Richibucto River, 

Richmond Harbour, 

Stoddart Cove, 

Sandy Cove, E. 

Sandy Cove, W. 

Shut-in Island, 

St. Mary's River, ' 

Ship Harbour, 

Spicer Cove, 

Sheet Harbour, 

St. Andrew, 

Seal Cove, , , , - . 

Shelburne, ,. ' , 

Spencer Island, 
Scotsman's Bay, Black ) 

Rock Point, ) ' 

St. Ann's Bay, 
St. Peter's Bay, - . 

Seal Island, 
Sydney Harbor, C. B. 
Tusket River, Pinch-gut | * 
Island, j * 

Tracadie Harbour, 
Trinity Bay, Newfld, 
Vin Bay, 
West Bay, 
Westport, 
Whitehaven, 
West Quoddy Head, 
Welchpool, Carapobello Is . 
Watering Cove, Sheet ) 

Harbour, | ' 

Wallace Harbour, 
Yarmouth Harbour, 



H. M. 


.add 1 13 


.add 4 52 


.add 23 


.sub 4 19 


.add 3 28 


.add 3 41 


.sub 9 


.add 1 26 


.sub 6 


.add 1 


.add 2 52 


.add 1 36 


.add 5 


.add 20 


.add 2 41 


.add 1 11 


.add 3 46 


.add 10 


.sub 4 19 


.sub i 49 


.add 1 9 


.add 2 44 


.add 2 58 


.sub 2 


.add 11 


.add 5 


.add 3 46 


.add 17 


.add 3 1 


.add 3 5 


.add 15 


.add 3 53 


.add 3 40 


.add 45 


.add 11 


.add 1 13 


.add 1 11 



.add 1 44 

.sub 49 
.sub 27 



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4 15 

2 54 
Oil 

3 23 
3 32 



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2 41 

2 20 



For Parrsboro', Cornwallia, Horton, Hantsport, Windsor, Newport, Truro. 
&o., subtract 7 hours 32 minutes from the time of High Water at Halifax. 






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January.— During this month the day lengthens 55 minutts— 17 in the morning 
and 38 in the evening. Mars is a morning star. Venus and Jupiter ar« hidden 
in the sun's rays. 

Frbruart.— During this month the day lengthens 1 hour 25 minutes— 44 
minutes in the morninjif and 41 in the eveninir. Venus is still too near the sun to 
be seen. Mars and Jupiter are morning stars. 

March.— During this month the day lengthens 1 hour and 81 minutes — 54 
minutes in the morning and 37 in the evening. Venus is still invisible. Mars 
and Jupiter are evening stars. 

April. — During this month the day lengthens 1 hour nnd 26 minutes— 50 min- 
utes in the morning and 36 in the eveninir. By *he end of the month, Veuus may 
be seen as an evening star. Mars and Jupiter are morning stars. 

Mat. — During this month the day lengthens 1 hour and 4 minutes — 32 minutes 
in the morning and 32 in the evening. Venus is an evening star. Mars and 
Jupiter are morning stars. By the end of the month Mars is too near the sun 
to be seen. 

Junk.- Tc find the length of the day, — subtract the time of sunrise from 12 
hours, and to the difference add the time of sunset. 

EXAMPLB. 

12h. Om. , 

4ii. 19m. • 



7h. 
7h. 



41m. 
44m. 



June 2l8t, Sunrise. Subtract 

Difference 
June 21st, Sunset. Add 

Length of day, June 21st 
Venus is an evening star. By 
star. Jupiter is a morning star. 

July. — To find the length of the night, — subtract the time of sunset from 12 
hours, and to the difference add the time of sunrise next morning. 



16h. 25m. The longest day. 
the 10th, Mars too will be seen as an evening 



Sunset, July 1st. Subtract 

Difference 

Sunrise, July 2nd. Add 

Length of night, July 1st 



EXAMPLB. 

12h. 
7h. 



Om. 
44m. 



4h. 

4h. 



16m. 
24m. 



By the end of 



8h. 40m. 
Venus and Mal-s are morning stars, .Jupiter an evening star, 
the month, Jupiter is hidden in the sun's rays. i 

August.— The difference of 12 minutes in the decrease of morning and evening \ 

in this month, is cau.sed by the sun being six minutes sK'wer than the clock at , 

the beginning of this month, and agreeing with it at the end. Venus and Mars . 

are evcninu: stars. By the middle of the month, Jupiter too may be seen as an , 

evening star. | 

Skptembbr. — The time of sunrise, added to the time of sunset, is equal to 12 
hours, only when the time by the sun and clock is the same, as it nearly is at the 
beginning of this month. Venus, Mars, and Jupiter are all evening stars. | 

'^"^ctober. — In this month the day decreases in length 1 hour and 31 minutes — ' 
'0 minutes in the morning and 31 in the evening. Venus, Mars, and Jupiter are 
all evening stars. | 

November. — In this month the day decreases in length 1 hour and 9 minutes ; 
—38 minutes in the morning and 51 in the evening. Venus, Mars and Jupiter are 4 
all evening stavs Towards the end of the month Venus is v-'lden in the surj's rays. 

DKCSmUBR. — The length of the shortest day, Dec. 2^ .s 8 hours 37 miimtes. 
By the end of the month the day has lontcthened 3 niinates. About the 10th, 
Venus reappears as a morning star. Mars and Jupiter are evening stars. 



In this Almanac all the times except for Moon's Southing? are Mean 
Time at Halifax, i. e.. Civil Time. The Moon's Southing is given for 
Astronomical Time at Halifax. 

Standard Time is 15 minutes earlier tlian Halifax Mean 
Time, and the Railway Time one hour later than Halifax 
Standard Time. 



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Awarded the ONLY MEDAL given at the Centennial Exhibition 

for Canadian Yarns. 

And the GOLD MEDAL for Cotton Goods at the Dominion Exhibition 

at Montreal; and First Prizes at Toronto, Hamilton and Lond'^n 

Exhibitions of 1880 and 1881 ; and First Prize Medals at 

Toronto, Montreal and Kingston Exhibitions of 1882, and 

St. John, 1883, and the ONLY GOLD MEDAL 

awarded at Toronto, 1885. 



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Nos. 5's to 10's. 
White, Blue, Orange, dreen aiijd Red. 

Made of Good American Cotton, with great care, correctly numbered 
and waranted full length and weight. 

"We find it necessary to call the attention of those who use COTTON 
YARN or WARP to the fact that the YARN made by us is the 

ONLY WATER -TWIST YARN 

made in the Dominion — no other mill having the machinery on which 
to make it. 

Our Yarn is consequently very much superior for weaving purposes 
to any other in tlie market — a fact which is well known to those who 
have used it for the PAST TWENTY YEARS. 

All our Yarns have our name upon the label and none other are 
genuine. 

COTTON CARPET WARP. 

"^Hiite, Bed, &reen, Blue, Brown and Orange. 

Each 5 lb. bundle contains 9,000 yards in length, and makes a length 
of carpet in proportion to the number of ends in widtb. 



Made of No. 9's Yarn 
Twisted. 



In all Numbers & Colors, 
put up in 1^ oz. Ralls. 



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1^ lbs. in each box, made from the finest long staple cotton, especially 
selected for the purpose. This 'cotton is very carefully sj^un, and will 
be found to be evenly made and correctly numbered. Particular care 
is taken to have tlie dveing and bleaching perfectly done. FULL 
WEIGHT IN EVERY BALL 

COTTON HOSIERY YARN, *ir;? o?"H.?."e?r*- 

Better than any other made and so acknowled{,'ed by all who have used them 
These goods are supplied to all the first-class Manufacturers in the Dominion. 






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SHEETINGS, DRILLS AND DUCKS, 

In a variety of Grades, the cheapest and most durable made in Canada. 

FANCY CHECK SHIRTINGS. 

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Warranted to give better satisfaction to the wearer than any other 
make in the market, and suitable for all seasons of the year. 

Skirtings & Galatea Stripes, 

In the latest and most popular Styles and Colours, 

All neat and choice patterns, suitable for Ladies' and Children's wear. 

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III Plain, Mixed and Fancy Psitterns. 



Sr-^ Our goods are sol^ by us to the Wholesale Trade only, from 
whom country merchants Cc:n always obtain them by asking especially 
for them. 



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^ Last Quarter, 
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6 54 M. 
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Ja.nuary. — These Farmer's Foot Notes are intended as a monthly sruide or 
reminder of field work, indoor operations, and of farm matters in general, that 
require attention during the progress of the year. They are not written for the 
purpose of furnishing new, or original, or merely theoretical information, but rather 
18 practical hints to intelligent Agriculturists already familiar with the science 
and practice of the profession. A fact known lo every farmer is that no two 
seasons are the exact counterparts of each other, and the farmer or gardener or 
fruit-grower will be most successful whose crops are selected, and operations : 
carried on, in view of the season proving either good, bad or indifferent. Crops 1 
that ripen well one season may not do as well on the same farm ; he next, and ' 

M. S. BROWN & CO., (Entab'd. A. D. 1840\ 128 & 130 firanriUe Street, \ 
Halifax, N. S., Jewellers, Sllrersmiths, Watchmakers an(l Engrarers. 



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Winter.] 



JANUARY 31 Days. 



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Cic3ro born, B. C. 107. 
Sir Isaac Newton born, 1642. 
2nd Sunday after Christmas. 
Epiphany. [Tides 

Allan Ramsay, poet, d, 1758 Sp 
Battle of New Orleans, 1815. 
llh. ^.,\i 6 <L h 30° 8/ S. 
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Gas first used iu Halifax, 1843. 
Ist^Sutiday after Epiphany, 
llh A. 5 at Gr.Elong. 180 51'E. 
Robert Bruce died, 1329. 
2h. M. %6(L- ?307'S. Neap. 
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Dr. Franklin born, 1706. 
John Howe died, 1843. 
2nd Sunday after Epiphany. 
4h. M. 5 stationary. [t ides. 
6h. A 5 c$ C . 5 5^ 23' N. Sp. 
St. Mary's Tern. Soy. fnd 1841. 
Wm. Pitt died, 1806. 
Frederick the Great born, 1712. 
Conversion of St. Paul. 
3rd Sunday after Epiphany. 
Sabbath schools beyun, 1784. 
Hon. S. G.W. Archibrtld d. 1846 
2h. A. ^ Inf. 6 ©• Np. Tides. 
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hence a judicious choice should be uwde. Some crops thrive best in u moist, 
cool season, others in one with prolonjred hot weather, some do best when they 
have an early start in the sprinjj season, whilst others require a long genial autumn 
to form their fullest yield. The preparation of the ground, and sowing, should 
always be performed with due regard to the temperature of the former. It is at 
this comparatively idle season that a plan of the year's work may be carefully 
prepared, and we commend this as an exercise well adapted for occupying the 
leisure evenings of January. At this season young cattle snould receive special 
attention, being groomed, as well as fed and watered, regularly, and thus prepared 
for passing through the winter in robust healthy condition Neglect at this season 
will show itself all through the winter. 

M. S. BROWN & CO., (EHtab'd A, D. 1840). Wholesale & Retail Jewellers. 
Keep foil and distinct lines in eacht department. 



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February is the trying month for cattle. We would repeat the advice given 
for their care in January ; we cannot, in fact, too strongly impress the necessity of 
care in tlieir feeding, watering, and general treatment, at this season of the year. 
Barns may be faulty, and tlie cold severely felt, and yet this is one of 
the least evils in Nova Scotia, for horned cattle require plenty of fresh air, and 
the winter and spring rates of mortality in cows in the country barns is very low 
compared to that of the apparently comfortable, substantial, wind-tight stables of 
the City of Halifax. The root cell ir may be troublesome to get at, and the 
animals may thus mias an occasional meal ; the wells may be frozen, and the way 
to watering places may be so slippery that the cattle cannot reach them without 
discomfort or positive accident. In order to overcome these and many other 
difficulties that appear in February, it is a good rule to give extra time and 
attention to the stuck. In feeding grain and meal always mix them into cut hay, 
moistened. In districts where an Agricultural Society does not already exist this 



M. 8. BROWN k CO.. Halifax N. S., Jobbers in Watclies, Clocks, Jewellery, 
Silver Wares, Watchmakers and Jeweller's Tools and Materials. 



A reliable remedy for expellinsr Worms so eommou to youns^ 



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FEBKUARY 28 Days. 



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3 Mendelsohn born. 1809. 6 49 

4 Blair, poet, died, 1747. 7 30 

5 8h. A. 9 '" Aphelion. Spring 8 5 

6 2h. U,\6(L- b '-i® 53' S. Tides. 8 41 

7 Graham Col. bnru'd.Liv., 1854. 9 12 

8 Pope Pius IX died, 1878. 9 46 
E Sexafiesima Sunday. 10 21 

10 8h. M. 5 station'}'- 12h A.t|; 8t. 1'* 54 

11 New York harbor frozen, 1875. 11 3lM 

12 9h. M ^S c^ C- "^ 2° 1/ S. 22A 

13 Gleucoe massacre, 1695. Neap. 1' 28 

14 Valentine Da V. [Tides. 3 4 

15 Julius Ccesar crowned, B. C.43. 4 
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22 French revol'n — rep. decl'd 1848 
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26 Dr. Jenner died, 1825. 

27 Dr. Moren died, 1883. Neap. 1 

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is a good time to organize. Fanners have leisure to attend a meeting, and 
take steps for organization. Notification has to be made to the Office of 
Agriculture, so that the new Soeitty may be sanctioned by the Governor-in- 
Council, before the end of June, in order to qualify for the grant for the year. 

March. — The Nova Scotia climate is singularly well adapted for the growth of 
Garden Vegetables and Root Crops,— yet one of the most lamentable wants on our 
Nova Scotia farms is the kitchen garden. Instead of finding on every farm a well 
furnished kitchen garden, filled with vegetables and small fruits, sufficient to 
provide for the family wants during the year, such an inexpensive luxury is the 
exception rather than the rule. There is no reason why every farmer's family 
should not be provided to a large extent with supplies from the garden, such as early 
salads, in spring-time, rhubarb for pies, early green peas, early turnips, lettuce, 
radishes, cucumbers, early cauliflowers and cabbages, early beans, gooseberries, 
currants, strawberries, raspberries, (not the watery, wild kinds that grow about 



H. S. BROWN & CO., 123 & 130 Granville St., Gire special attention to Watch 
& Jewellery Repairing-; Jewellery made to order by competent workmen. 



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Call at SMITH'S DRUG STORE when you visit Halifax. 

the fences, but the luscious-fruited European varieties), winter radishes, turnips, 
cabbages, beets, parsnips, artichoiies, seasoiiinjr herbs, melons, squashes, and 
dozens of other delicacies and substantial articles of food that cost nothing but 
foresight and some agreeable labour. The nature of our climate necessitates the use 
of hot-beds for raising seeding plants of those crops that require a long season to 
mature. A hot-bed is made by piling on successive layers of well-chopped horse- 
dung, obtained from a stable where oats are freely fed. The manure mr y be raised 
to a height of two orthree feet above the surface of the soil. On top, spread four 
or five inches of very fine and rich soil mixed with sand ; this should have been 
prepared in the fall, and kept dry under cover all winter, — otherwise it is likely 



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Dry Inoods, 

St. John, Nkw BhunhwkiR. 
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JamaiCn discovered, 1494. 
1 2h. A '^ (5 (r Scorpii >j< 0° 8' S 
2h. A. ^ in Aphelion. 
.Michael Angeloborn, 1475, 
KinK Canute died 1046. Spring 
William III. died 1702. [Tiden 
3rd Sunday in Lent. 
Bellevue House, Hx, burnd 1885 
Income Tax imposed, 1842. 
3k. A. -Sc^Ct. % \°4' S. 
Czar of Kussia assassinat'd 1881 
Humbert,king Italy brni 844. Np 
Caesar assassinated. [Tides. 
4th Sunday in Lent. 
St. Patrick. 

PrinccHS Louise born 1848. 
7h.M.t$6(L' 5?2°39'N. 
Noon.^enter'y. Spring begins 
4h. M. 9 c5 ([. 94" 4'N.Spnng 
Br. abolshdslve trde, 1807. [Tds 
5th Sunday in Lent. 
Queen Elizabeth died 1603. 
Annunciation — Lady Day. 
Small pox broke out at Hx, 1841 
Bruce crowned, 1306. 
Charles Wesley died 1788. 
Britan declared war Russia, 1854 
Palm Sunday. [Neap tides 

Confederatn passd N. S. Assem. 



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now to be in a liard, frozen mass. The trlass sashes are then to be put on and kept 
close till the hot-bed heats ; the steam and heat will start the seeds of weecfs, 
which may be allowed to irrow. Air is then griven, and, when the heat modifies, 
weed and ralje the surface ; sow your spring seeds, — cauliflowers, cabbages, 
celery, tomatoes, &;o., for the l<itchen garden ; and stocks, verbenas, petunias, 
asters, balsams, and such lilce annuals, for flower garden ornament. The seeda will 
bear a j^ood deal of heat before they emerge from the soil, but, as soon as the first 
leaves begin to appear, the frame must be aired daily, taking care to avoid 
draughts and exposure to bright sunshine ; a newspaper laid over the seed bed 
forms a convenient shade. 

ApRiu.— Ploughing, planting and seeding, should be pushed on with as much 



For a ehoice assortment of Housekeepers' Silverware, Irorjr Table Cutlery, 
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SMITH'S TOOTH POWDER whitens the Teeth. 



expedition and visjor as the weather will allow : the farnior si^juld be ready to 
anticipate the advantajjes arising from early work. Early in the month, if the 
fields aro not fit forploui(hing or sowing, preliminary operations may be performed. 
j Manurt under cover nmy be carted out on the frozen soil. In fields seeded down 
with timothy la.st fall, it will now bo time to sow clover,— a mixture of red and 
alsyke is the best for hay. Where early potatoes are required, the seed should bo 
kept iii a warm place so as to start theejes, and, whenever the ground is dry 
enough, they may be planted. This advice if not heeded will lead to potatoes 
coming up scantily, many rotting in the ground. If farmers, instead of planting 
inert seed potatoes, takon out oi a cold cel'ar, would first allow the eyes to start, 
there woulu be tewer complaints of the seed perishing in the soil. Peas and 
BroadLeans may be sown at the very beginning of the month ; onions, parsnips 

M. S. BROWN & CO., 128 k ISO drauTilie St., Halifax, N. S., Agents for 
the Now Haven Clock Company, Men Haven, Conn. 



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ROBERTSON 

& ALLISON, 

llry Ooods, 

St. John, Nkw Bhunhwick. 
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1 8h. M.»? (^ ([. Ij 2" 4.3/ S. 

2 iNelsii (Icstiyd Diinish Heel 1801 

3 I Napier died. 1617, 

4 jBonapMi-ic abdiciited, 1814. 

ft [Wellinptn stormed Badjoz 1812 
E jEaster Sunday. Spring' Tides 

7 Canada discovered 1499. 

8 Hudson Bay Co., establsd, 1692 

9 4h. M. ^ Sup. 6 ©. 

10 Ladv Harvey died at Hy, 1851. 

11 VV.H (niipm'n.MP, Kinjrs, died 

12 U.S.Civil war boyau 1861. h870 
E Low Sunday. Nenj) Tides. 

14 Ih. A. ^ <?■©. 

15 I Princess Beatrice born, 1857. 

16 I Battle ot Culloden, 1746. 

17 jArchtishop Haunaii died 1882. 

18 2h A. 5 in Perihelion. 



Midnif^ht ^ 6<L- ^ 4° 56' N. 
2nd Sunday after Easter. Sp'ng 

[Tides. 



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21 Ua'Tiadan coinnnonces 

22 Ish. A. % stationary. 

23 :S£. George. 

24 [Oliver Cromwell born, 1599 

25 St. Mark. 

26 ilh. M. 5 (^ 9. g 204/ M. 
E j3rd Sunday after Enster. 

28 3h.A.»? (5 C- b3°l'^'5- Nptide 
^9 jCor. stone Salem chpl laid 1846 
30 iBattle of Eonteroy, 1745. 



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and carrots, aa soon as the ground is fit to be worked sufficiently to give them the 
more delicate seed-bed they require. Beets and mangel wurzcl are usually sown 
at the end of the month or early in May. All gooseberry and currant bushes 
should be dressed, apple and pear trees gone over, and, generally, the whole 
kitchen garden and orchard thoroughly cared for. 

May —If the season is not an unusually early one, some ploughing will still 
have to bo done ; let it be done at once ; if manure has to be taken out for crops, 
don't wait for a more convenient season ; if the weather is not all that is desired, 
proceed nevertheless with your work, vary it to suit the state of the soil and 
atmosphere. Men cannot fight successfully against the operations of nature, but 
they can very often turn them to advaii..age by consideration and forethought. 
What nas to be sown and planted this month? Everythirij), except what has 

Headquarters for Flue French Marble Clocks, Carriagre and Fancy Clocks, 
Fine Assortment, lone^t prices. 



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cither already been committed to the soil, or is too tender to withstand the cold- 
ness, or the probable frosts. Such exceptional crops are bush-beans, pole-beans, 
corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash ; it is only in warm, eandy soils that suoh 
thin<;s can safely be put out before the end of the month. Turnips also should 
not be sown in May, except the ismall garden patch of early whites for household 
use. One of the principal marketable crops in Nova Scotia is the potato. It has 
been found advantageous of late year:^ to plant as early as possible ; as soon, 
therefore, as the ground is in (it condition, commit the potato to it ; see ho\^ev«r, 
that the eyes of the seed bav« started into growth, otherwise it will be apt to rot 
in the cold seed bed. In light land the manure (old and well rotted) may be 



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Stephen Binne\ elect. 1st mayor 


2 17 


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1 58 


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7 50 


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5 44 A 


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7 24 


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ploughed in before planting. In heavy soils, put the manure in the drills, so that 
th« warmth of the air may counteract the deadening effect of the cold wet clods. 


Superphosphate and other avtiflcial fertilizers may also be used. 


June.— Planting and sowins will still continue, and much of such work has, in 


unfavourable seasons, to be accomplished in June. Corn for ensilage should now 


be sown. But, while spring operations have to be oontinued and finished this 


month, there are others appertaining more especially to the summer that have to be ! 


attended to. Garden crops will require hoeing and weeding ; potatoes also, when 


sufficiently advanced. It should not be forgotten that we have not only to sow and 


cultivate, but also to protect our crops, if we would gather in a piofitab'e harvest. In | 


localities subject to late spring frosts, it is easy to protect early crops by throwing ! 


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3) First Quarter, 95 9 40 M. 
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The Scarabee Po'wder for destroying Cockroaches. 

some spruce or other brush over them on cold nigh '■s. A method much used in 
France, and which may easily be adopted in this ( intry, is to burn brush to 
windward so as to cover the fleld with a cloud of smoke. Attention has often been 
called to such simple and costless devices, and yet, year after year, we hear of the 
loss of early crops; it is said "by frost," we should say "by ne^rlect." The 
Colorado bug is not likiily to appear as early as June ; if it should, be very careful 
to pick off by hand, or lust with Paris green before the dew has gone off the 
vines. As soon as the currant, and gooseberry bushes have pushed out their first 
leaves and early blossoms, itwill be found advantageous to givethem a spritiklini; 
of white hellebore powder in the morning before the dew is off. This will destroy 
the 'rst crop of currant worms, and thus preserve the bushes and the fruit crop 
for the season. Summer beddiug plants are set out in the flower garden as early 



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Trinity Sunday. 


6 


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8 SIM 


9 52 M 


6 IM 


2 


Noon. %6(L ^ 3° 56' S. 


7 


6 


9 17 


10 38 


6 47 


3 


Richard Cobdeu born, 1804. 


7 


49 


10 


11 21M 


7 30 


4 


Pub. dinner "Sam Slick," Hx. 


8 


40 


10 51 


12A 


8 21 


5 


Corpus Chris.i. Spring Tides. 


9 


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11 22M 


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9 2 


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New Mason Hall ded. Hx. 1877. 


9 


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9 36 


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2h. M.'116(L % 3° 26' S. 


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First Sundny after Trinity. 


11 


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11 IIM 


9 


Charles Dickens died, 1870. 





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First scd N.S. Ry. turned. 1854. 


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Battle ©f Bunker Hill, 1775. 


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4h. M. 9 Gr. He!., Lat. N. 


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8h. M. (v) enters 25- Sum. begn. 


10 


9 


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I 41 


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Third Sunday after Trinity. 
Halifax Hotel completed, 1841. 


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Si. Joha Baptist. Midsum.day. 





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Nfld. discovered by Cabot, 1494. 





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Peoples Bank Hx. o|)ei.ed, 1864. 


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Queen Victoria crowned, 1838. 


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4th Sun. after Trin. St Peter. 


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You can get Scarabee at SMITH'S DRUG STORE. 



this month as the weather will allow ; verbenas may be put out very early, and 
they thrive rather better in the moist cool weather of early June than later, when 
the soil is apt to be baked by the sun. Stocks are also very hardy. Balsams, 
Phloxes, Petunias, Geraniums, Heliotropes, and other tender thinjjs need not be 
put out no early. 

July.— Plowing, sowinj,', and planting' have now been completed. This month 
is especially devoted to the cultivation of the various field crops. Cultivation in 
this restricted sense, means the hoeing of crops, stirring by cultivators and 
harrows, and such like implements, between or over' the drills, hilling up and 
moulding. The objects of these operations are to destroy weeds, to keep the 
soil open, and thus to promote the decomposition of the manure, enable the soil 
to obtain moisture, allow free access of air, bring the soil wi 11 over and around the 



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roots and stems, and by these several means, to ensure vigorous growth. We are 
apt to have a good many rainy days in -July, and ,as most of the hoeing work has 
to be compressed between planting time and h ijing time, haying has occasionally 
to be begun before potato hoeitig is completed ; this occurs on many of the best 
regulated farms. In ordinary seasons it is sure to occur on a firm whc-e fore- 
t-ight is not shown, h nee the miserable root crops wc so often sec. Let our 
farming readers then be careful to forecast the weather probabilitie-* in light of 
the July work to be done on the growing crops, and thus avoid the disastroua loss 
that comes from neglect. The so.ving of turnips is usually recommended for the 
month of June, but, as the ground has to be remarkably fine for this crop, and as 



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JULY 31 Days. 



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ROBERTSON 

& ALLISON, 

Dry Goods, 

St. John, New Brunswick. 
See advertisement paqe 6. 



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J. GODFREY SMITH, Dispensing Chemist, 147 Hollis St 

turnipn are often put in to fill up land that was originally intended for the earlier 
sown raots, it frequently happens that turnips have to be sown in July. Some 
even prefer to sow their Swedes early this month, so as to avoid the "fiy," and 
the soft turnips for immediate feeding need not necessarily be sown till the end of 
July, although, if they get warm genial weather to start with they do much better 
earlier. It is a fact, however, that late sowing, while it is apt to give a small 
yield, ensures excellent quality, and freedom from fibre, so that turnips intended 
fov table use in winter, should never be sown early. The ground should have 
undergone a thorough pulverization. Light sandy soil is the best for turnips. 
They start best after the ground is warm, but the bulbs >,well most rapidly during 
the cool dewy nights in Autumn. The soil cannot be worked too deep or made 



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Ply Paper at SMITH'S DRUG STORE, HATjIPAX. 



too fine for turnips. Town maiiures are valuable for this crop and crushed bones 
have been applied with best effects, either when coverei in the drills in the 
manner of ordinary dung', or, preferably, when sown by machine along with the 
seeds, so as to be in immediate contact with the latter. 

August.— Haymaking is the most important operation of the Nova Scotia 
farmer, half of ail the land \inder crop of every kind being occupied with grass 
destined to be made into hay. More than half a million acres have to be mown 
every season. Our haying season usually begins in the extreme western part of 
the Province, early in July, but later in the Eastern Countk's, and especially 
where the land is heavy ; in most districts it is carried over into the month of 



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Broaches, Vices, Jacot Tools, Screw Drivers, &c , &c. 



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Importers and Manufacturers of Stationery, T. C. ALLEN & CO. 



Summer.] AUGUST 31 Days. 71 






MANCHESTER, 


High Water, mean time, at 




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August. Where suitable implements and appliances are used, there is now no 


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difficulty in securint? the crop. Of late years a pest has appeared in our potato 
fields, which requires looking after, we refer to the Colorado beetle or bug. There 


3. 


are two remedies, either pick the Coloradoes oflF the plant-s, or poison them by 




sprinkling. The most convenient method of picking is to walk along the rows. 


SB 


with a tin milk pail, striking the insects olT the potato tops with a shingle, lath, or 


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light stick. The substances used for poisoning are Paris green and London 


o. 


purple ; the powder may be thrown upon the plants before the dew is off in the 


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morning. A new and natural remedy suggested is the field Milkweed, (Euphorbia 


Helioscopia), which the potito bugs attack \\hen growing in the field, and, as it is 


■it 


a very poisonous plunt, it kills them. After haying there will be work in the 


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72 



SEPTEMBER begins on, MONDAY. [1890 



D. 



([ Last Quarter, 
^ New Moon 
]) First Quarter, 
O Full Moon, 
([ Apo. 10 7A. 



D. H. M. 

5 11 15 A.! — 
14 3 39 M. 3 
21 5 51 A. 110 

28 7 46 M.IlT 
C Per. 26 |24 



9 


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2 


45 


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2 


45 


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2 


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% 


souths. 


6 
6 
5 
5 


15 A. 

5 A. 

56 A. 

43 A. 



^ souths. 



9 31 A. 

9 1 A. 

8 32 A. 

8 4 A. 



^ 



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MOON 



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Rises. 



Sets. Decl'n 



Fast of 
clock. I 



Rises. 



Souths. 



Sets. Decl'n. Place 



3 
4 
b 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



M. 
Tu. 

W. 
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F. 

Sa. 
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M. 
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F. 
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5 28 
5 29 
5 30 
5 31 
5 32 
33 
34 



5 

5 

5 35 

5 36 
37 
38 
40 
41 
42 
43 
45 



32 
30 
28 
27 
25 
23 
22 



6 20 
6 19 



5 46 
5 47 



48 
49 
50 
52 
53 
55 



5 56 
5 57 



58 
59 

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17 

15 

12 

10 

9 

7 

5 

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59 

58 

56 

53 

52 

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5 47 
5 44 



43 
41 
39 



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7 47 

7 25 

7 3 

6 41 

6 18 

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5 33 

5 10 

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11 
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51 
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54 
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1 
2 
2 
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3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
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8 58 

9 25 
9 58 

10 30 

11 10 
11 57A 



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1 41 
43 
44 
46 
49 
49 
56 



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29A 



2 
3 
4 
5 

6 

4 

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38 
38 
36 
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14 44 

15 33 
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17 12 

18 2 

18 53 

19 43 

20 33 

21 21 

22 8 

22 53 

23 36 

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3 

4 
4 
5 

6 

7 




43 
27 
13 

2 
56 
53 
52 
53 



8 53 

9 51 

10 47 

11 40 

12 31 

13 21 

14 11 



7 54M 

9 8 

10 21 

1131M 

37A 

1 41 

2 38 
29 
14 
52 
24 



3 
4 
4 
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6 15 



37 
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8 28 

8 41 

9 19 

10 8 

11 6A 

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1 29 

2 50 

4 9 

5 27 

6 45 

7 59M 



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22 
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garden and orchard. Where the trees are in grass they will benefit by a rich top 
dressing around their roots. Look after the ripening fruit, destroy caterpillars, if 
any still remain ; pick the early August apples, and send them into a local market, 
or to the picnic. When the rain conies, beds of strawberries may be made up. See 
that the ground is well drained and enriched with old manure. Mushrooms now 
appear in horse pastures, house files become troublesome, and the swallows 
congregate in fiocks and leave us. 

Septkmber.— Haying was finished in August, and probably all the grain 
has also been harvested. During this month, Indian Corn will have to be cut a;?d 
put into the Siloes ; fortunately these are now on the increase in this Province. 
The ensilage forais an excellent supplement to the hay and roots upon which our 



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Fiold Qlasees, and other Optical and Nantioal Q-oods, Wholesale. 



For Catarrh, Cold in the head, use SIMSON'S LINIMENT, 



ALLEN A CO., Aiprents for Winsor A Newton's Art Materials. 



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SEPTEMBER 30 Days. 



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MANCHESTER, 




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I Crti.ailiaris took Castme, 18U. 


9 


I6M 


11 


27M 


48A 


8 57 M 


2 


7h. M. 9 (5 %^ 9 2° 6' S. 


9 


44 


11 


55M 


1 16 


9 25 


3 


6h.M ^Mt Gr.Kloiiff. 26° 59' E. 


10 


23 





34 A 


1 55 


10 4 


4 


Cromwell proc. Protector. 1658. 


11 


4 


1 


15 


2 36 


10 45 


5 


Cfttdinal Rifhilieu l)orn, 1595. 


11 


54M 


2 


5 


3 26 


11 34M 


6 


Mayflower sailed, 1620. Neap. 





51A 


3 


2 


4 23 


32A 


E 


14th Sunday aft Trinity. [Tides 


2 


5 


4 


16 


5 37A 


1 46 


8 


Fall of Sebastopo!, 18.5.0. 


3 


27 


5 


38A 


6 13M 


3 8 


9 


4h. A.t|^ stationary. 


4 


33 


6 


IIM 


7 32 


4 13 


10 


Tea intrt'duced in Eng., 1391. 


5 


37 


7 


11 


8 32 


5 18 


11 


Mahomet horn, 579. 


6 


I3A 


8 


1 


9 22 


5 54A 


12 


Quebec captured hv Brit., 1759. 


6 


33 M 


8 


44 


10 5 


6 14M 


IM 


Ih. M. \2 6(L k 3033' S. 


7 


10 


9 


21 


10 42 


6 51 




15th Sunday ufter Trinity. 


7 


44 


10 


55 


11 16 


7 25 


15 


Jewish v'r. 5651 begins. Sprinp 


8 


17 


10 


3S 


11 49M 


7 58 


16 


4h. A. ^ .siationary. [Tides 


8 


49 


11 





21A 


8 30 


!7 


Mih. A. ^ Gr. He)., Lat. S. 


9 


20 


11 


31M 


52 


9 1 


18 


'•'■ M 9(^ ([ 9 6° 12/ S. 


9 


53 





4A 


1 25 


9 34 


19 


B-itt!e Poicrier.'j, l.'i56 


10 


29 





40 


2 1 


10 10 


20 


British cnptured Delhi, 1857. 


11 


IIM 


1 


22 


2 43 


10 52 


E 


6th Sunday after '! rinity. 





3A 


2 


14 


3 35 


11 44M 


22 


lOh. A. (v) enter =Cb. Nonp Tides 


1 


16 


3 


27 


4 48 


57A 


23 


Midn. 9 at Gr. Elonp. 4H°29' E 


2 


52 


5 


3A 


6 24A 


2 33 


24 


2h. M. -^J-^ d 7(. 2° 4.5/ S. 


4 


28 


5 


55M 


7 16M 


4 8 


25 


Siege of I'aris began . 1870. 


5 


43 A 


7 


22 


8 43 


5 24A 


26 


BalHcluva tikcn, 1854. 


6 


15M 


8 


26 


9 47 


5 56M 


27 


9h. M. % C». FIcl., Lat. S. 


7 


2 


9 


13 


10 34 


6 43 


E 


17fh Sunday after Trinity 


7 


40 


9 


51 


II 12 


7 21 


29 


.^iichaelmas Da v. [Spg. tides. 


8 


15 


iO 


26 


11 47 M 


7 56 


30 


l<:u.ipides -.ied B. C. 480, 


8 


48M 


10 


59M 


20A 


8 29 M 



SMITH, DISPENSING CHEMIST, 147 Hollis Street. 



cattle were fed too exclnsively in former j'eara, but ensilage is still used to only a 
ver> small extent. Later in tlie month, Potatoes, of tiie earlier l<inds, and early 
planted, will be ready to be taken up; but, while the weather remains warm, they 
shoidd be well dried and aired before being put into tlie cellar, and only in small 
quantities at a time. The fanner's ye ir is a coinpi ite circle and, before one year's 
annual harvest is taken in, it is needful to be preparing' for the next. Ir) fact, it 
is already tin)e, by the beu^inning of September, to sow Winter Rye, which is a 
favorite crop with some of our farmers. The County Exhibitions are held durin^f 
this month and tlie next, and will be looked forward to with interest by every 
improving^anriculturist, svhether an intending exhibitor or a mere spectator 
seeking intormation as to the latest novelties and improvements in his profession. 



M. S. BKOWN & CO., Choice Opera, Field and Marine Glasses, fine Parisian 
make, Imported direct, in Japanned, Morocco, Ivory, Pearl, &c.,at Retail. 



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74 OCTOBER begins on WEDNESDAY. 



1890 



([_ Last Qiinrter, 
(^ New Moon, 
}) Firm Quarter, 
O Full Moon, 
C Apo. 8 lOM. 



I).' 9 souths. % souths 



D. H. M. 

5 4 9 A. 

l.T 6 51 A.i 3! 2 43 A. ' 5 39 A. 

21 

27 



I 22 M. 10 
7 28 A.' 17 



2 41 A. 
2 37 A. 



^ souths. 



d Per. 24 6M. !24 2 31 A 



7 29 A. 

5 32 A. ! 7 2 A. 



5 2.5 A 



6 36 A. 



"j 19 A. 6 II A 



SUN" 



MOON 






.Rises. 



SetB. 



Decl'n 



Fast of 
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Ri 



HUH. 



Souths. Sets. Decl'n, 



Place 



w, 



6 • 3 



Th. ' 6 4 

F. i 6 r> 

Sa. ' 6 7 

SU. 6 8 

M. 6 9 

Tu. ,6 10 



W. 6 1 



5 36,S 3 20,10 'i6F 



5 35 
5 33 
5 31 
5 29 
5 27 



3 44 10 4f 

4 '111 ■ 



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1-^ 25 15 52 

9 3 16 44 

9 49 17 36 



5 II 



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5 26i 5 391 i^ 15 . . 20 5 
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22 


15 


22 


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23 


40 


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24 


1 


10 


1 


59 



9 llM 

10 21 

1 1 27.M 
29 A 

1 23 

2 13 
2 55 



3 27 



26 
48 
14 
40 



58 




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48 



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21 43 

24 1 

25 1 
24 45 
23 15 

20 40 
17 10 

12 56 
8 7 

N2 53 
S 2 34 

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17 50 

21 35 

24 9 

25 10 
24 31 

22 12 

18 21 
13 21 

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Medicine Chests fitted at SMITH'S DRUG STORE. 



October. — The apple crop is yearly acquiring increased importance in Nova 
Scotia, and our Apple Orchards are annually extending. But there is still plenty 
of room, and no farmer can make a better permanent investment than by planting 
an orchard. The best market varieties, at least those that appear at present to 
be most in favor among our fruit growers, are: Gravensteiii, Yellow Bellefleur, 
King of Tompkins, R. I. Greening, Ribston Pippin, Northern Spy, Vandevere, 
Golden Russet, Nonpareil and Baldwin. Strawberries and Raspberries, on accotint 
of their perishable character, are limited to local markets. But Pears, Plums 
and Cherries may be grown in any quantities for foreign markets. Digby County 
is at present our cherry Ccuiity, and Cape Breton bus the most profitable plum 
orchards, but these fruits may be grown with profit all over the Province. Now 



M. S. BROWN & CO., Halifax, N. S., IVatchmakers, Regulators, Office 
Clocks, Nickle & Fancy Time Pieces & Alarms, One & Eigrht Day Clocks 



Mrs. A. L. ANDERSON, of Cow Bay, C. B., was cured of 



Artists' Materlals-the best at T. C. ALLEN & CO'S. 



Autumn.] 



OCTOBER 31 Days. 



75 





MANCHESTER. 
















High Water, 


mean time, ftt 


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First rai wav U. States, 1833. 


10 





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32 


9 41 


3 


Irenty of Vietinfl, 1866 


10 


42 


53 


2 


14 


10 23 


4 


Bi^lioM Eraser of ArichHt d. 1851 


11 


28 VI 


1 39 


3 





11 9M 


E 


18th Suiulay after Trinity. 





22A 


2 33 


3 


54 


3A 


6 


mh A. 5 ill Q, Neap Tides. 


I 


26 


3 37 


4 


58 


I 7 


7 


1 III. A. 5 stiiiion «rv. 


2 


40 


4 51 


6 


12 A 


2 21 


8 


(;!lio)errt eeaseil nt Hiilifax, 1834 


3 


54 


6 5A 


6 


49 , , ^5 


9 


A. H. Holland died 1830. 


4 


50 


6 33 .VI 




5^ 


. 1 


10 


2h. A. y2 6(L- h 3040/s. 


5 


42A 


7 26 


8 


4 


. 3A 


M 


Ih. M. 9 Gr. Fiel. Lat. S. 


6 


IM 


8 12 


9 


^'5 '5 42M 


^ 


lUtli Sunday after Trinitv. 


6 


40 


8 51 


IC 


^ . 6 2\ 


13 


Cuimnhiisdisc'v'd America 1492 


7 


16 


9 27 


10 


48 e 57 


U 


Sprintr Tides. 


7 


50 


10 1 


IJ 


22 7 31 


15 


1 h, M. 5 at Gr. Elong. 18° 5' W 


8 


23 


10 34 


1: 


•"■x 


8 4 


16 


Bonaparte arriv St. H' leria 1815 


8 


57 


11 8 





29A 


8 39 


17 


9h. M. 9 (^ C- 9 5° 44' S. 


9 


33 


It 44M 


1 


5 


9 14 


18 


St. Luke. 


10 


13 


24A 


1 


45 


9 54 


E 


20th Sunday after Trinity. 


10 


57 


1 8 


2 


29 


10 38 


20 


9h. M. -S d C. % 003.3'N. 


11 


51M 


2 2 


3 


23 


11 32M 


21 


lOh. M. 116(L- % 3^'3'N. 


1 


5A 


3 16 


4 37 


46A 


22 


Vlo.scow retaken, 1812. N. Tids. 


2 


37 


4 48 


6 


9A 


2 18 


23 


Irish mnssacre, 1641. 


4 


8 


6 19A 


6 


59 iM 


3 49 


24 


Daniel Webster (lied 1852. 


5 


20 


6 59 M 


8 


20 


5 1 


25 


Battle of Balaclava, 1854. 


6 


ISA 


8 2 


9 


23 


5 56A 


E 


21st Sunday af er Trinity. 


6 


38M 


8 49 


10 


10 


6 19M 


27 


Bishop Ingiis died 1870. 


7 


15 


9 26 


10 


47 


() 56 


28 


St. Simon & St. Jnde. Sp. Td 


7 


50 


10 1 


11 


22 


7 31 


29 


nil. A. 9 at Gr. brilliancy. 


8 


25 


10 36 


U 


57M 


8 6 


30 


rartwrijjht inventr power loom 


9 


2 


11 13 





34A 


8 43 


31 


Hallowe'en. (died 1823. 


9 


36M 


11 5lM 


I 


12A 9 HM 



SMITH'S DRUQ STORE, 147 HOLLIS STREET. 



that the season's work is well nigh over, the young man on the far» may repair 
to the School of Agriculture, and Provincial Farm, Truro, where instruction la 
given in the Art of Agriculture, and the 8ciencG$ bearing upon it. 

November. — The improvement of cattle has at length taken a secure hold upon 
the people of Nova Scotia, and is carried out to some extent through the ag«ncy tf 
Agricultural Societies. Every Society keeps, or ought to keep, a sufHcient number of 
male animals for the use of members. If the selection and purchase of animals re- 
quired for the season, be deferred till Spring time, large price.s have to l»e paid, and 
suitable animals are not always obtainable. I'^orbeef cattle the Short Horn Durham, 
Polled Angus, Galloway, ;md Hereford are used. For milk alone, Ayrshires are 
to be preferred, Devonsraake the best working oxen, are quick, active, and easily 



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(C Last Quarter, 


D. H. M. 
4 11 59 M. 


n. 


9 souths. % souths. 


^ souths 








(^ Now Moon, 


12 9 24 M. 


3 


2 13 A. 5 10 A. 


5 36 A. 


j) First Quarter, 


19 8 31 M.'lO 


I 53 AJ 5 4 A. 


5 12 A. 


O Full Moon, 


26 9 9M,|l7 


1 20 A. 4 57 A. 


4 48 A. 


([ Apo. 5 5 M. 


([Per. 18 1 A. 124 


49 A. 4 60 A. 


4 25 A. 



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Risen. 


Sets. 


Dec 


,„ FRHtof 

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liisett. 


SoiltllH. 


8etB. 


Decl'n. Place 


1' 8a. 


6 


44 


4 44 


S14 34 


16 20F 


8 30A 


16 


18 


1112M 


N25 15 


25 


2 


8U. 


6 


45 


4 43 


14 


55 


16 


21 


9 24 


17 


9 


6A 


24 10 


^ 


3 


M. 


6 


46 


4 41 


15 


12 


16 


21 


10 21 


17 


57 


52 


22 1 


SL 


4 


Tu. 


6 


48 


4 40 


15 


31 


16 


20 


1121A 


18 


44 


1 29 


18 51 


SI 


5 


W. 


6 


49 


4 39 


15 


49 


16 


IS 


• • • • 


19 


28 


2 1 


14 53 


^ 


6 


Th. 


6 


50 


4 38 


16 


4 


16 


16 


23M 


20 


10 


2 25 


10 18 


n. 


7 


F. 


6 


5'd 


4 36 


16 


25 


16 


12 


1 24 


20 


53 


2 46 


N5 12 


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8 


Sa. 


6 


53 


4 35 


16 


42 


16 


8 


2 26 


21 


35 


3 8 


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9 


SU. 


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4 34 


16 


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6 


3 


3 30 


22 


18 


3 28 


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fed, and soon fatten in the wild paatures for beef. For doineatic cows, the 
creamy Ouernsays or Jerseys are the most buitable. The Jerseys have been great 
favorites, and their increase will promote the manufacture of butter, but it 
threatens to lessen our capacity for be«f production. Holsteinsare aLo increasing, 
but less rapidly, in a few looalities, as combiiiinjf beef vroducing with milking 
qualities. As soon as the root crops are cleared off the fields, the farmer should 
employ his whole strength in fall ploughing. Whether on old or new land fall 
pkiughinf is a most important operation. Without it .a farm cannot be worked 
to advantage. After ploughing, do not forget to go carefully over the water fur- 
rows to make way for the exit of the rain and melting snsws that are sure to flood 
your fields before seed time. A well ploughed, well drained, field may be sown in 
spring as soon as the frost is gone, while one that is irregularly ploughed, or has 



M. S. BROWN & CO., Halifax, N. S., Engraving & Copper Plate Printing, 
Cretits, Monograms or Coats-of-Arms cut on Steel Dies for Stamping. 



By the use of one bottle of SIMSON'S LINIMENT. 



Newest & ('lieapest Society Stationery at T. ('. ALLEN & CO'S. 



Autumn.] 



NOVEMBER 30 Days. 



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ROBERTSON 

& ALLISON, 

Dry Goods, 

St. .Tofin, New Krunhwiok. 
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Hon. J ToKin died 1838. 
Norway annexed Sweden 1814 
Battle Inkerman, 1854. Np. Fids 
Lincoln elected President, 1860. 
3h. M. b dC- b 3046'N. 
First tenraboat crossed Hx. hftr. 
23rd Sun. aftor Trinity. [1816 
Mahomot horn 570. 
Telegrphopud IIx& Bostn 1853 
3h. M. ^ 6€- ? 2° 21' S. 
6h. A.9»t*i'ionary. Sp. Tides, 
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24th Sunday after Trinity. 
8h. A. 3|L<JC- 2Z 30 25' S. 
Earthq'ke New England, 1755. 
Dean Swift died, 1745. 
Tobacco discov'd 1492. Np. Td.s 
Jhn Williams kild on Erromnga 
Lord Clivedied 1774. [1836 
25th Sunday after Trinity. 
Noon !? in Aphelion. [Hx 1880 
Marqs Lome & Prncs Louise Ind 
(£ Eclip.sed invisible at Halifax 
Noon ^ (P ©. Spring Tidos. 
Washington Irving died 1530. 
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Go to SMITH'S DRUa STORE, 147 HOLLIS STREET 

no water furrows, may long remain a puddle, defying every attempt to improve 
its condition, until the season has so far advajiced as to reduce very much the 
prospect of a crop. The best part of what is too often left to bo " Spring worli," 
oan be done in the mot^th of November. At the same time care should be taken 
not to open up gravelly or hilly land subject to be scotired by the Fall and Spring 
rains, or melting snows. 

December —Agricultural improvement is encouraged and promoted in various 
ways by the Provincial I.egislature. Grants are given to aid County Eixhibitions, 
and, once in three years, to enable a Provincial Exhibition to be held. Bonuses 
are also given on the importation of horses suitable for the raising of useful draught 
and carriage horses, preference being given to the Cleveland Ba^. In addition 



M. S. BROWN & CO., 128 & 130 Oranville St.. Ladles' and Oeats' Card 
Plates, Beception, Wedding or at Home Plates cat to erder. 



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to these means of iniprovenient, there is a system of Couirtv uiid District Societies 
throughout the Province, with a membership of ubout six thousand farmers ; each 
Society is entitled to draw fnin; t.he Provincial Treasury an annual grant in aid 
to promote its operations. The special purpose of a Societj' is to improve the 
live stock of its distriit, which is accomplished by obtaining a!\d keeping for the 
use of members, superior male animals, such as bulls, rams and boars. Societies 
may also, by special permission, introduce seeds ■ f new varieties of grain, roots, 
and also, in\proved implements, and sell them to members at cost and charges. 
The whole ofthe Societies of the Province meet annually on tha Jinst Tueaday »/ 



M. S. BROWN & CO.'S Holiday GooiIh are iinequnlled fur Richness and 
Tariety, (Quality unsurpassed, PrlceN to suit all. 



In the Stable, SIMSON'S LINIMENT is acknowledgred as 



rhoico iUMkH for FrosontN At T. ('. ALLEN A CO'S. 



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St. .Iuhn, New Hkunswick. 
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Uatflo of Auatcrlitz. 180S. 

Madrid capliircd. 1808. 

111. M. 9 Inf. (^ ©. 

First EitKlirth \V\hW isHiipd 1611 

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2iid SiiridHV ill Advent. 

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John Milion liorn, 1608. 

linrracks hiiiiii>d at Ilalifx 18.'50 

EclipHed, invisible hL Halifax, 

Altolitn counclot'l2, N S 1837 

lh.M.5< 6 ([; S"°23'S. |S.Td 

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lih. M. i:.'6([' V- 3044'N. 

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Union Bank of llalilx est 18.55. 

Reubens born, l.*i77. 

Ti)ulon captured, 1793. 

21st5h. A.©ei.tisVJ. N. Tds. 

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9h. A. 9 stationary. 

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(.'hristmas Day. 

St. Sieplien. 

St. John, evangelist. Sp. Tides. 

Sun. af r Chris. Innocents' Day. 

riios u'Beeket ussas-sinatd 1171. 

Society Jesuits formed, l.')35. 

3h. A. © in Perigee. 



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FANCY aOODS at SMITH'S Drug Store, 147 HoUis St. 

November (I'ot, I'rceniber, us formerly) each in its own District, when the 
members of each .S" iety receive their Directors' Heport, and select officers for the 
ensuinf? year. Fiu. information as to the method of organizing SocietiCH may be 
obtained on application at the Office of Agriculture, Old Province Buildin^r- 
Halifax. 

Standard Time is 16 minutes earlier than Halifax Wean 
Time, and the Railway Time one hour later than Ifalilax 
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other Jewellery, of newest and most attractive Styles- Prices the loweftt. 



b«in|f the BEST REMEDY AMOJSG BORISES. 



Primroses at NOVA SCOTIA NURSERY, Lockman St., Halifax. 



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[1890 



DEPARTMENT OP LAW AND JUSTICE. 



buPREME COURT OF CANADA. 

C/uVJus^/re— ($8,000)— 5/r William Johnston Ritchie. 

j„rf;^e,s— (S7,000 each)— //o?; Samuel Henry Strong, Ho7i Telesphore i 
Fonrnier, Hon H. E.Taschereau, //o« J.W.Gwynne,/^o« C.S.Pattcrson. 

Re(/istrar ami Reporter— {$2,mo)— Robert Cassch, Jr. ^ 

Tlie Supreme Court has hoth ori{,nnal and appellate jurisdictien— 
On'(/))iui, us to (1) habeas corpus in criminal and extradition cases; (2) 
judicial opinions to tiie Crown ; (3) private hills and petitions therefor 
refer -ed hy the Senate or House of Commons; and (4) civil suits in 
which the validity of a Dominion or Provincial Act is questioned. 
AppolJate, in appeals (1) from the Exchequer Court; (2) from the Pre 
vinciol Courts ; (.3) in habeas rorpus cases; and (A) in election cases. 

THE EXCHEQUER COURT OF CANADA. 

The Exchequer Court has original jurisdiction (1) in revenue oases, 
(2) in civil suits when the Crown for the Dominion is plaintiff, (3) con- 
trol ersies hetween the Dominion and the Province, or hetween two Pro- 
vinces. Judge — ($6,000), Hon. Geo. W. Burbidge; h-gistrar, L A. 
Andette ; Assl. Registrar, Charles Morse. 



SUPREME COURT OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

HAVING LAW AND EQUITY .JURISDICTION THROUGHOUT THK PROVINOK. 

Chief Justice ($5,000), Hon. James McDonald. Assistant Judges, 
($4,000), Honorabks Hugh McDonald, Henry W. Smith, Robt L. 
Weatherbe, Joseph Norman Ritchie, Charles J. Tovvnshend, and 
Wallace Graham. 

Attorney General — Hon J. Wilberforce Longley. 

Taxing Master — John T. Ross, of the City of Halifax, Barrister. 

Masters — Halifax, Hugh Hartshorne, Wm Twining, Benjamin G. 
Gray, Wm F. MacCoy, L. W. DesBarres, J. Parsons, Isaac J. Wylde, 
Melaim U. Lenoir, Albert Peters. John Ervin, Wm. L. Barss; Pictou, 
Edward Roach, Jas Fogo. Yarmouth, Thomas D. Chipman, James 
Murray ; Shelbume, Thos Johnson, John Bower ; Hants, David Frieze, 
William H. Blanchard, Jno W. Ouseley ; Kings, John P. Chipman, 
James R. Prescott ; fjunenburg, James Dowling, W. H'. Owen ; Anna- 
polis, Thomas Wm Chesley, Timothy D. Ruggles, James Gray, Edward 
C. Cowling, Albert Morse, Geo Woodbury, J. M. Owen, L. S. Morse; 
Queens, Robert Roberts, J. N. S. Marshall, George T. Moore; Antigonish, 
Henry P. Hill, H. H. Bligh ; Colchester, James F. Blanchard ; 
Inverness, Samuel MacDonnell ; Ihqby, William B. Stewart; Cape 
Breton, E. Tilton Moseley ; Cumberland, William Fullerton, Q. C., 
Charles R. Smith J. Medley Townshend. 

Reporters, Benjamin Russell, John .M. Geldcrt, Crier of Supreme 
Court, Jamos S. MacKay. Librarian, George A. Allison. 



COURT OF DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES. 

-, with appeal to the 



Judge Ordinary, the Hon. — 

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Officers and Terms of the Supreme Court. 



COUNTIKS. 



Annapolis 

" Bridgetown 
Antigonish 



Cape Breton. ... 

Colchester 

Cnmberland .... 



Digby 

" Clare. 



Guyiboro'. 



Halifax* . 



Hants 

InvernesB. . 

Kings 

Lunenburg 

Pictou 

Queens . . . . 
Richmond . 



Sheriffs. 
J. Avard Morse. 



Pkothonota- 

KIES. 



H. P. Hill. 
Wm. Buchanan. 
L. J. Crowe. 
M. A. Logan. 
Benj. VanBlarcom 



W. S. Peart. 
Donald Archibald, 



Shelburne 

*' Harrington 
Victoria 



Yarmouth 



Hugh McDonald. 
Stephen Belcher. 
Josepli Creigliton. 
J. Simpson Harris. 
L. W. Drew, Jr. 
Angus McNeill. 
G. W. McLean. 



James 6. Dunlap, 
Geo. H, Guest. 



R. J. Uniacke. 
J. C. McKinnon, 
Michael Slattery. 
E. W.Hamilton. 
E.B.Blenkhorn. 
W. B. Stewart. 
Wm. Sutherland. 
Simon H. Holmes. 

H. Percy Scott. 
Jno A. McDonnell 

C. F. Rockwell. 
W. H. Dauphinee. 
R. Matheson. 
Thomas Farrell. 

D. O'C. Madden. 
Wm. J. Bell. 
Alex. Taylor. 

J. Huntington. 



Terms of 
SuPREMK Court. 



3rd Tues. of June. 
IbtTues. of October 
Ist Tues. of June. 
2nd Tues. of October. 
Ist Tues. of June. ,' 
1st Tues. of October.: 
1st Tues, of June. I 
1st Tues. of October. I 
3rd Tues, of June. I 
2nd Tues. of October.' 
2nd Tues, of June. | 
La.st Tues. of Sept. : 
Last Tues. of May. I 
1st Tues. of October. • 
Civil— 4th Tues. Oct.' 

3rd Tues. April.' 
Crim'l-3rdTn.Mar.' 

1st Tues. Oct'r. ' 
In banc 2nd Tn. I>eo.| 
Last Tues. of May. ' 
Last Tues. of Sept. j 
3rd Tues. of June, i 
4th Tues. of October. I 
1st Tues. of June. j 
2ud Tues. of October.! 
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Thur,af.3rdTu.0ct.: 
2nd Tues. of June, j 
1st Tues. of October, 
4th Tues. of June. ! 
IstTues. ofNoT'r. ! 
Last Tues. of Sept'r.! 
3rd Tues. of June. | 
2nd Tues. of June. | 
3rd Tues. of October.! 
4th Tues. of June. | 
Tu. bef. last Tu. Sep. 



"At Halifax there are four Sittings and three Terms of the Couit. — The Sittings 
for the trial of Civil Causes are held on the Fourth Tuesday of October and the 
Third Tuesday of April, and the Sittings for Criminal Trials'on the Third Tuesday 
of March and the First Tuesday of October. The Term i!i banc begins on the 
Second Tuesday of December and continues to the First Tuesday of April, with 
the exception of a vacation from the Saturday befora Christmas to the Monday 
after the tirbt day of January, and the session may be continued to the First 
Tuesday of April. 



VICE-ADMIEALTY and PitIZE JURISDICTION COURT. 

Vice-Admiral, the Governor-Gcner.il. Judge, ($600) Hon. James 
McDonald, Chief Justice. Surrogates, Ila/ifax, Hugh Hartshorne, 
Wm. Twininej, B. H. Eaton ; Antigonish, H. H, Bligli ; Wallace, 
JETon Akx McFarlane; Au/ie/iftw/y/, John I). McLeod ; Windsor, Vf. H. 
Blanchard ; Arirhat, Wm. R. Cutler; Liverpool, Geo. T. Moore; 
BridijevHiter, Hon W. H. Owen, Registrar, liCwis W. DesBarres. 
Deputy Registrar, B H, Kacon. Marshal, Wm Twining. Advocates 
and Proctors, the Barristers and Attornies of tlie Supreme Court. 
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Counties. 



Annapolin 

AntiRoinHh. . . . 
(Jane Uieton. . . 

Colotiefitcr 

Ciiinberlaiul .. . 
I'arrsborough. . 

Disby 

GuyBlioro' 

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Halifax 

Hants 

Invei-ness 

Kings 

Lunenburg 

Chester 

Picton 

Queens 

Richmond 

Shelburne 

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JUDOKS 

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E. C. Cowling. 
A. Mclnto.sli, M.I) 
L. E. 'J'rcinain. 
S. D. McLeiian.. 
W. T. Pipes. 



John Hoklsworth. 
IJiirton .Tost. 
Don. McDonnlil. 
Hon.S.L.Rliannon 
C. E. DeWolle. 
E. D. Treniain. 
E. J. Cogswell. 
S. A. Chesley. 



Reoistrars of 
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Fredk. Leavitt. 
Allan McDonnell. 
A. I). MacOillivray. 
(t. Canij.bell. 
W. M. Fnllerton. 



James Fogo, Q. C, 
J. N. S. Marshall. 
W. R. Cntler. 
Robt. a. Irwin. 
Thos. W. Watson. 
L. «. Campbell. 
James Miuray. 



Francis Hutchison. 
H. U. Cunningham. 
\Vm. D.R. Cnineron. 
.lames ii. Foster. 
VV. Walter Rickards. 
Donald J. McDonald 
Henry Lovett. 
Wm. A. Gaetz. 



Registrars of 
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Jno. Hamilton Lane. 
Nathaniel I'Vceman. 
I). O'C. Madden. 
Wm. R. 'J'honison, 
F. W. Homer. 
A. F. Haliburton. 
H. A. Grantlmm. 



Edmund Bent. 
C. N. Harrington. 
John Giilis. 
Jann^H K. Hiair. 
.lames E. Purdy. 
A. T. riurke, M.D. 
Chas McC. Cami)bell 
Will. Sutherland. 
W. 1). U. Cameron. 
Alonzo J. White. 
David Hamilton. 
J. A. McDonnell. 
Fred. Rrown. 
Henry R.ailey. 
James Williams. 
Jno. Furguson. 
N. Freeman. 
Thomas T. Jean. 
Wm. R. Thomson. 
F. W. Homer. 
A. Taylor. 
Misa A. Murray. 



Revising Ofllcers undei* new Franchise Act. 

A. W. Savary, County Judpe Annapolis. 

H. H. Bligh, Barrister Antigonish. 

Norman .1. Lay ton, Barrister Colchester. 

W. A. D. Morse, Co. Judge Cumberland. 

James H. Hearn, Barrister Cape Breton. 

A. VV. Savary, Co. Judge r^igt'y- 

A. H. McGillivraj', Barrister Guysboro. 

Brenton H. P^aton, Barrister Halifax. 

Charles Edgar DeWolfe, Barrister Hants. 

John L. McDougall, Barrister Inverness. 

Fred A. Masters Kings. 

Dani.l M. (">wen. Barrister Lunenburg. 

John McGilvray, Barrister. . Piotou. 

G. Thomas Moore, Barrister Queens. 

Wm. K. Cutler. Barri.ster Richmond. 

Frank Blanchard, Barri-^ler Shelburne. 

B. E. Treniain, Co Judge Victoria. 

J. Ventworth Bingay, Barrister Yarmoutii. 



Commissioiiers Residing witjiout the Province, and appointed 
to do Acts without the Province, under 
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England. 
Alfred Heales, 45 Carter's Lane, Doctors' Commons. .London 

Eustace Anderson, 17 Ironmongers Lane •' 

Edv/ard Webb 

Thos. Sanford Rolph. 9 Throgmorton Street " 

Alex. Gillespie, jr " 

Seaton F. Tavlor, 5 Grays Inn Square 

Wm. D. Treshtield, & Bank Buildings 

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Kdward Hurry Adcock 

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I'hilip II. Coxe, 4 (Ircat Wiiichester St 

Kdward Wosh,'y Nnnn. 27 Grasschnrch St 

Geo. H. Solomon. 28 Holborn S((uare 

Geo. Tho^. Ilai^li Liverpool 

J. H. S. Dyke, Cmwidiun Iniini^'ration Agent. ,, 

Wm B. M. Hird, 5 Grays Inn S(|uare. 

Sydney ( 'heale Tunbiidge Wells 

liichard Tlidnias Andrew Smith, No. 1 Calvevly Mt. " 

Coryndon Mattlicws Plymouth 

'1 ho8. K. Pennington, Westminster Clianibers . .... Liverpool 

Scotland. 

Alex. Patterson Purves Edinburgh 

Hugli .liimes Hollo, 14 Young St 

Wm. Alex. .McLaren, Writer to the Signet 

Wm. Beagom Patterson (ilasgow 

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Terrence O'Reily, 5 North (ireat George St Dublin. 



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Omtaiuo. 

Dav'dson lilack 

Thos. Diiwsou Delaniere 

Francis A. Anglin 

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Philip S. Ross. 192 St. James St Montreal 

Hnii. Levi Kuggles Church , 

John Popham 

Fred. iStyles Lyman 

Arch Wm. Sievensnn 

Aviia liourbonninre, 83 Rue St. Jacques..... 

James Nasmiih Grtensliields 

J. Aylwin Crei>ihton 

George K. Locker 

M. M Tait 

Samuel C. Fatt 

O'Hara Haviies 

John C Griffin 

Piv-ward Graves 

Chi). 'les Gushing 

John Sprott Archibald . 

A lex Fowler Riddell 

Edmund Gueiin 

Duncan McCormich 

James G. Rnss 

P. C. Beachesne Carlefon, P.Q. 

Henrv James Morgan Ottawa 

R. J . Meaksteed 

Theophilus H. ( )liver Quebec. ' 

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New Brl'nhwick. 

Alfred H. Dt'inille St. John N B. 

X. Herbert Vail 

GetTp' M. iiurbridga 

John Kerr 

Ati>;iistus V. Rolph 

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('harlcs A. Stnckton 

Kilnmiiil (J. Kaye , ... 

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Augustus Harvey llanuington. 

James Jiick 

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Manitoba. 

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James W. E. Dathy 

William Johnston Tupper VVinnipeg. 

Bkitish Columbia. 
Albert Alex. Boak -. Vancouver. 

INDIA. 

liient. Genl. Donald M. Stewa'-t Bengal 

Major Genl. Michael A. 8. Biddulph " 

, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 

Arthur ■' . ISIcLeod Boston 

Jas B. Bell 

Edwd .1. .lames 

Stillman H. Allen 

Frank Seaman 

Alt'ri-d I). Foster 

Joseph \. Harris 

Siininel Jennison 

(Charles A. Slxiw 

ChailfS Hdll Adnms 

Wiiislow Warren 

Hecior Haxter Miimf^apolia, 

P2. A. (ireeley Boston 

Fred P. Kairb inks New York 

W. E Sccvill. 120 Broadway 

Joseph B. Braman 

John J . Ward 

Thom.is .f. Ihmt l^hiladelphia. 

Graeme M. Wilson Bay City. Michigan 

Philip A. Hoyiie Chicago 

Win. A. Dicksnn Los Angeles, California. 

SamI K. Hamilton Boston. 

Daniel B. Wliittier " 

Charles Tax lor. , New York. 

Warren H. Meade St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Kobie S. Reid Port Townsend, Washington Ty. 



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GommisBioners Besiding in the Province of Nova Sootia to do 
AotB within the Province. 

For the Province of Quebec. 

N. H. Meagher Halifax 

Thomas Ritchie " 

For thk Province of Ontario. 

Thoman Ritchie Halifax 

Edgar N. Clements Yarmouth. 

For the Province of New Brunswick. 

J.M.Chisholm Halifax 

Cliarles R. Smith , Amherst 

For the State of Massachusetts. 

Byron A. Weston Halifax 

George Bingay Yarmouth."^ 

For Newfoundland. 
Jonathan Parsons Halifax. 



CORONERS. 

County of Annapolis — Gilbert F. Ditmard, Steph Crosscup, 
Isaac B. Bonnett, John Woodbury, m. d., Zebediah Crosscup, Robt 
J. Ellison, M.D., Jno Bohaker, Isaac Dunn, Saml C. Roop, Weston A. 
Fowler, Henry F. Burns, Samuel Primrose, m.d., Charles W. Parker, 
John Charlton, Leander R. Morse, Israel Parker, Alfred Winchester, 
S. N. Miller, Geo Gibson, Russell Withers, S. B. Troop, D. J. Morse. 

County of Antigonish — William H. Macdonald, m.d., Edmund 
Corbett, Alex Mcintosh, m.d., J. C. McKinnon, m.d. 

County of Cape Breton — Lauchlan Robertson, Dan McLarty, 
Ronald McDonald, Michael A. McDonald, m.d., R. A. H. McKeen, m.d. 
Robt. Martin, Thos. Fortune, John McLean, m. d. 

County of Colchester — Elisha Roach, m.d., Chas Bent, m.d. 
J. L. Peppard, m.d., George Fulton, David H. Muir, m.d., James 
Kerr, m.d., Isaac D. Cooke, D. M. Johnson, m.d., John J. Falconer. 

County op CuMbERLAND — Chas Ward, Jno T. Salter, H. A. 
Davison (Parrsboro'), R. J. Scott, Robt Mitchell, m.d., Benj S. Sea- 
man, J. Wm. Cove, M.D., John C. Phillips, m.d., C. Allan Black, 
m.d., John Daley, Alex. C. Angus, m.d., Nehemiah Ayer, m d , S. P. 
F. Cook, M.D., F. A. Rand, md. 

County op Dioby — C. H. Denton, William H. Ellison, m d., 
John Daley, G Barnaby, m. d., C. H. Payson, Jo«eph A. Snith. 
C/are — Anselm M. Comeau, Henry C. Sabean, John H. Harris, m.d., 
Nicho. Deveau. 

CouiTTY OF GuYSBORo' — Jno Cummingcr, Alex Falconer, m.d., 
W. H. Wylde, John McKanzie, m.d. 

County of Halifax — Wm Pearson, m.d., Wra H. Weeks, m.d., 
Alfred Croucher, m.d., Andrew Cowie, m.d., C. E. Burnalw, Edward 
Farrell, m.d., John S. Brine, Thomas E. Chase, m.d., Thomas R. 
Almon, M.D., Jno Somers, m.d., John Lingley, Finlay McMillan, m.d. 
A. C. Hawkins, m.d , R. H. Crawford, m.d. 



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County of Hants — ^F. N. Burgess, m.d., C. J. Gossip, m.d., 
Samuel M. Weeks, m.d.. Arnold Sanfori, m.d., Baml. D. Brown, m.d. 
A. W. Thompson, m.d., Geo. W. Smith, m.d. 

County of Inverness — Duncan McLean, William Grant, John 
Mcintosh, M.D., Donald Chisholm, m.d., A. K. McLean, m.d., John 
Cameron, m.d., J. W. McLean, m.d., A. McLellan, m d., A. G. Car- 
michael, m.d. 

County of Kings — Holmes Masters, m.d., James S. Miller, m.d., 
George Hamilton, Henry Lovett, Jas F. Palmer, James N. Fitch, 
M.D.. Wm Y. FuUerton, m.d., Daniel B. Parker, H. B. Webster, 
ai.D., W. S. Woodworth, m.d., A. R. Andrews, m.d^ Chas F Cochran. 
Geo. W. Bell, m.d., E, A. Kirkpatrick, m. d. 

County of Lunenburg — Nelson Cheslev, Charles Gray, m.d., 
Chas Atkins, m.d., Wm H. Owen, Jas. S. Calder, Jas. E. Dauphine, 
Charles Lordly, George Ross, Henry Alders, Geo. E. Drew, m.d. 

County op Pictou — Samuel ^.. Foster, Wm Fraser, m.d., 
Lewis Johnston, m.d., Don. McGillivray, m.d., John Smith, m. d., 
Murdoch Sutherland, m.d., James R. Collie, m.d., John F. McDonald, 
M.D., Geo. J. McKenzie. 

County op Queen's — Jas Collie, Jos B. Harlow, Colin Campbell, 
M. J. Drew, Geo. W. Bell, m.d., C. T. Andrews, m.d. H. W. Cole, 
M.D., H. G. Parish, m d. 

County of Richmond — Edmund P. Flynn, Maurice Kavanagh, 
Wm Brymer, T). Grouchy. 

County of Shelburne— Wm J. Bell, Robert W. Freeman, 
Samuel W Burns, m.d., James D. Densmore,M.D., J. J. Schrage, m.d. 
Wm A. McDonald, Eiios C. Smith. 

County op Victoria — Jno McLellan, S. G. A. McKeen, m.d,. 
John L. Bethune, m.d., John McLean, A B. Morrison. 

County op Yarmouth — Yarmouth — Nat Hilton, A.M. Perrin, 
M.D., A J. Morse, m d. Argyle — Matthew Jeffrey, Forman Hatfield, 
Wm Barton, m.d., Wm. H. Bent, m.d., Thos Kirby, m.d. 



Commissioners for Giving Relief to Insolvent Debtors 
and for taking Affidavits to Hold to Bail. 

County op Annapolis — William Y. Foster, Jno Mills, Robert 
Mills, Edward Barteaux, T. W. Chesley, Thos. C. Wheelock, Albert 
Beals, L. S. Morse, William Reardon, Richardson Harris, A. W. 
Cor^iett, Richard J. Uniacke, J. G. H. Parker, William Chipman, 
Albert Morse, Edwin Ruggles, John B. Mills, Timothy C. Bonaker, 
Charles Jacques, Henry Phinney, 0. M. Taylor, Jas H. Whitman, 
0. T. Daniels, W. W. Clark, James Horsfall, A. W. Harris, J. M. 
Owen, Fredk. Leavitt, John Ervin, John Morgan, O. S. Miller, A. D. 
Cameron. 

Coi NTY OP Antigonish — W. F. MacPhie, C.P. Chisholm, Edward 
Corbett, Alexander Mclnnis, John C. McKinnon, m.d., John Chisholm, 
Donald McDonald, David Condon, Geo. W. Kyte, Wm. Gerrior, C. 
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Co. OP Cape Breton — C. E. Leonard Henry Davenport, John A. 
Moore, L. Robertson, Jno McLean, Jno Ferf^usson, Jno Forbes. Jos ' 
McVurish, B'u\ver'< ArcliilmlH Colin Cliisholm, L E. TreinHin, Fred ! 
Moscley, Mnrtin J. Phoran, Murray D<»dil, Jno GiUis. VValte Crowe, 
<Je.. B. Inirraha.n, Chas W. Hill, A. J. G. McEach«n, John C McNeil, 
Miflifie! Slattery 

Co. OF CoLciiKSTER — James F. Blnnchnrd, Jas. K. Blair, John T. 
B. Henduison, Win. A. Fulmorc, Eliikim Tuppcr, jr., B F Pearson, 
.lohn Millar, Alcxiuider C. Patterson, Norman J. Liiyton, (ieciru'e 
Giinii, F'irman McLure, F. Coiigflon, A. N. Tuppcr. T. N Du'iphy, 
S. I). McLeila.i, C. A .McCully, E. W. Hamilton, Satnl F. Morrison, 
WaltL-r Crowe. L. Q» Crowe, 

CoPNTY OF Cdmhkrland — C. G. Donkin, William H. Borers, 
J. Z. Bliss, William Uxley, Amos Purdy, VV, Y. Kinp:, Arthur 
DavifNon, Thompson J. C pp. Collin<rwood Putrsloy, Anjrus McGilliv- 
rny, William Smith, Ji-hn M. Towiishend. Willinm I Moffatt, ThMrles 
K. Smith, AlexaiitU-r M. Wills, J. William Cove, m D., William 
M Fulle'ton, Arthur R. Diokey, Hardincr Carter, William Moffatt, 
John Hewson, Wm. Greenfield, Eclward B, B'eiikhorn, Gilhert Seamnn, 
Alex S. Townshend. C. E. RaK'hfonl, Richaid L. Black, John W. 
Hickman, Frederick W. Donkin, Letnucl Biirncy, John W. Motris, B. 
W. Ralston, W. F. Cutten, Donald J McLt-od, Benj. S. Seaman, 
Wni E. nienkhorn, Wm Slwde, Chas W. Lane, Ephraim Howard, J. 
Alder Davis, RuUis S. Purdy. 

rouxTY OF DionY.— W. W. Clarke, E. E. Tapper, William B. 
Stewart, B. H. Ru^frles, Edward Ho^jan, Jno V. Purdy, Charles H. 
Denton, John Holdsworth, Francis Hutchinson, Chas McC Camphell, 
Jno. A. Kussel!. John A. Smith, Tiverton ; Jeremirth McLaufjhlin, 
Weymouth Bridge; Watson Saunders, Sandy Cove; A.J. S. Copp ; 
Solomon M. Dakin, Centreville; John R. Hunt, Smith's Cove, John 
Kinney, Wevmouth ; E. H Armstrono:. Clarb — Basil A. Robiuhau, 
Louis Q. Bourque, A. M. Coraeau, A. A. Comeau. 

Co. OF Gdysboro' — William G Scott. John Mahoney, P. C 
Cullen, John McMillan, James A. Tory, William Hartshorne, Thos 
Condon, Alex. Torev, W. D. R. Cameron, Daniel Hattio, Allan 
McQuarrie, C M. Francheville, C. W. Lundy, W. H. Wylde, Wm. 
Sutherland, Jas. McLellan. 

Co. of Halifax — .Tcseph Kaye, Charles M. Nutting, Benjamin 
G. Gray, Nepcan Clarke, William Twining, Wallace Graham, Wm 
F. McCoy, John D. Tupper, Jno H. Anderson, John P. Fegan, 
Isaac J. Wylde, Alex Stephen, George A. Allison, William R. Foster, 
J. W. Longley, Lewis W. DesBarres, Wm Munro, J. Harvey Frith 
Byron A. Weston, Thomas Ritchie, John M. Chisholm, Charles H. 
Tupper, Robert Sedgewick, Charles Sydney Harrington, John T. 
Bulmer, James M. Oxlcy, Walter S. Doull, George H. Fielding, 
Frederick P. Outram, Jonathan Parsons, F. G. Forbes, Wm Congdon, 
Peter R. Clarke, J. W. Kelly Johnston, Edwin D. King, William 
Hay, John Metiyer, Albert Peters, Fenwick W. Johnston, Thos F. 
O'Brien, Geo Ritchie. W. W. McLellan, F. J. Tremaine, Howard 
Clarke, Wm C. Henley, Chas H. Smith, Alf Whitman, J. L. Griffin, J. 
T. Ross, J. J. Ritchie, J. L. Barnhill, Jno McDougall, Robf. Motton, 



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Wm B. Ross, Wm B. Wallace, Wallace McDonald, W. A. Mills, M. U. 
Lenoir, W R. M. Hartlen, A. Q. Troop, Jas A. McDonald, Win W. 
Walsh, Alfred E. Silver, Adams A. McKay, Wm. F. Donkio. 

Co. OF Hants — John O. King, Jas Poyntz, M. H. Goudgc, 
George H. King, J. W. Ouseley, H. Percy Scott, Adam Roy, Stephen 
Putnam, Thomas Cochrane, J. E. Fitch, John Lvnch, G. \V. Smith, 
W. M. Chriscie, Robt. Faulkner, H. II Blois, Wm. O'Brien, Thomas 
Ay 1 ward. 

Co. OP Inverness — Lauchlan McDougall, Angus McDonald 
William Grant, William McPherson, Donald McDonald, A. A. 
Taylor, James T. Lawrence, John McKay, John Mcintosh, m.d., D. F. 
McLean, Wm. Clough, John A. McDonnell, Donald Giilis, Daniel 
McNeill, Alex. Bain, H. A. Forbes, Duncan McLean, Angus McPhee, 
James McDonald, Peter Smith, Allan McMillan, Duncan McDonnell, 
An^us McLauchlin, John G. McKay, Archd. J. McDonald, Neil 
McAulay, Moses J. Doncct, John R. McDonald. 

Co. OF Kings — Edwd. J Ross, William Crane, Benjamin H. 
Calkin, Wm Eaton, Geo Hamilton, Geo F. Robinson, Geo Dodge, 
Arthur W. Smith, Joseph Benjamin Davison, John H. Dennison, 
Edward A. Pyke, John Hamilton, E. Sidney Crawley, John P. 
Chipman, Wentworth E. Roscoe, John W. Wallace, Barclay Webster, 
E. M. Beckwith, E. J. Cogswell, Chas F. Rockwell, Fredk Brown, 
W. P. Shaffer. 

Co. OF Lunenburg — J. E. Whitford, James DowHng, James D. 
Selig, Benjamin Dauphinee, William J. Dauphine, Wia. H. Owen, 
Daniel M. Owen, Charles Lordly, James A. Curll, Edward B. Hyson, 
John Dauphinee, Thomas Curll, J. E. Whitford, Ijcmuel W. Drew, 
Patrick McGuire, Jas. E. Whitford. 

Co. OP PicTOU — Hry R. Narraway, Don Robertson, John D. 
McDonald, A. M. Eraser, Rich Tanner, Rubt Willis, Jas Roy, Chas 
E. Tanner, John McGilivray, Fred W. Fraser, Donald Grey, John 
W. Ross, Wm McLaren, Robt Matheson, W. F. McKenzie, John U. 
Ross, H. A. Hensley, Jas Kitchen, Don McDougall, Hugh Cameron, 
Edwd McLellan, D. W. Crockett, David W. McKeen, H. V. Jcnnison, 
HughJS. Eraser, Rodk McDougall. 

Co. OF Queens — James Collie, William Ford, Matthew Drew, 
James L. Hemeon, Thomas Farrell, Francis L. Seldon, NeNon F. 
McLeod, Lewis Minard, Charles Harlow, I. S. Cushing, David H. 
McPherson. 

Co. OP Richmond — John R. Smith, Daniel O'C. Madden, John 
Freehil, E. P. Flynn, John H. Rhindress, David Grouchy, Angus 
McNeil, George H. Bissctt, John Morrison, Peter Grouch v, William 
R. Cutler, David A. Hearn, Wm Brymer, E. T. Carbotiell. 

Co. OP Shelburnb — W^illiam J. Bell, R. G. Irwin, George A., 
Cox, Frank C. Blanchard, J. J. E DeMolitor, John B. Lawrence, Jno 
K. Knowles, Edward A. Capsiick, John Bower, H. H. Whittier, 
Edrannd Snow, Thomas W. Watson, Andw. C. Robertson, Edwd 
Greenwood. 



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Taylor, jr., D. McDonald, John Burke, John L. Bcthiine, m.d., 
Lachlan G. CampMl, Alex McDonald, David McDoiuild, John A. 
McDonuld, Murd'ch G. McLeod, A. A. McGillivray, DanI Living- 
stone, John J. McCahe, Alex Anderson, D. F. McRno. M. K. McKay, 
Edwd V^''. McCiirdy, Baddeclt ; 11. H. Blanchard, Baddeck. 

Co. OF Yarmouth — J. W. II. Rowley, Thomas B. Flint. Nathan 
Hilton, Thos B. Crosby, Gcorj^.; Bin^ay. Argyle —ISiUo^ Gardner. 
Smith Harding, O. W. Slocumb. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

County of Annapolis. — David C. Landers, Edward Eaton, 
Thos C. VVhe.lock, J. F. Bath, Rob». Parker. Robt. Mills 2nd, Arthur 
Dodge. Bfiiaiah Spinney, AmbioMe Bent, Martin Gates, ChHS. Spurr, 
Jam»8E. Potter, Josepli W. Bobbins, Andrew H. Harris, Richardson 
Harris, William Cro^cup, William Weatnerspoon, William Y. 
Foster, Jacob Chute. James Foster, Dimock Giitcs, Henrv Parsons, 
William J. Croscup, Manly White, Inglis Phiiin«'y, Isaac D. Vroom, 
William Dnrtjic, jr., Steph B. Hennigar, John Gates, Mm ray 
Elliott. Benj Fellow-, Wm B Tro( p,Wm ShaHhcr, B.nj Shuflnrr, 
Harris Foster, George Murdock, Wm. Rt-inrdou, Jacob Neilly, 
Walter Welton, John Stoddart, Bernard Calnek, John R^der, 
Charles Whitman, William Wright, Geortre Ditmas, Dowe D. 
Potter, Wil.iam V uv^nes, John G Balcom, Wm. H. Ray, Dowe J. 
Morse, Job .Wade, Edward Barteanx, David McLellan, William 
McLaughlin, Th«)ma8 Banks, WilUam Miller, Jacob Slocomb, 
Francis Miller, Joel Slocomb, Elias Phinney, Stf-phen Beats, 
Gilford De ap. John B. Troop, William Shaw, Israel Letteny. 
Stephen E. Bent, Ebas Beals, Edmund Bent, Obcdiah M. Taylor, 
Shipp\ Spurr, Fowler Burns, Wm. Chipman, Edw. Bauckman, Wm J. 
H. Balcom, Wallace Phinney, Jno Prince, Silas Potter, l^has H. Ford 
Jno Anthony, Arthur W. Harris, Jas. Longley, Finlay Siunders, 
John Morgan, Benjamin Goldsmith, Thomas Delap. Ed. Milberry, 
Jas E. Cakes. Chas A. Elliott, Robt B-^nt, VVm V Brown, Wellinutpn 
Farnsworth, J. Albert Beckwith, Edgar H. Porter. Edmund Clark, 
Jacob Long, Ezekiel Crwscup, Benj H. Parker. Chas E Troop, 
K. Stanley Prentice, Edward C. Bishop, James H. Whitman, 
Frederick Leavitt, A. B. Stronach, Charles Jacques, Joseph N. 
North, Christopher Andcrsori, Charles Brenton, jr., Benj. Starratt., 
Morton Forsyth, Jnhn IxKskctt, Fred Harris, Solomon Chute, 
David Wacie. Samuel S. Bogart, James H Thorne, Charles Ditmars, 
Samuel A. Westlake, F. Miles Cbipman, Joshua Buckler, Tlieudore 
Mai shall, Henry M Phinuey, George E. Chesley, Isaiah Dodge, 
John F Reagh, Joseph Bent, Samuel N. Jackson, Christian 
Giimm, John Bohaker, Benj Fearn, John Harris, Edwin G. Dodge, 
Richard Sandlord, John G. Morrison, Ambrose L. Banks, Johnston 
W. Cakes, Charles Jacques, John Troop, John W. Ray, Albert 
Wheelock, John V. Thomas, Christopher Pickles, Norman H. 
Phinney, Edward F. McNeill, Fletcher Brooks, James H. Slocum, 
Roger Ray, Wm. Ray, D. H. North, John Brown, Elias Messenger, 
Stephen Anderson, George Kennedy, William E. Armstrong, 



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' George McLau};liliii, John L. Cox, A. 1). Cameron, Daniel Palfrev, 
Williiim C. VVoodworth, Charles H, PayHon, Caleb S. Cole, ME. 
Marshall, VV. II. MiHhop, Farad i hi- ; Isaac Woodbury, WUmot ; 
Binj B. Hurdwii k, Aniirtpolis ; Jo-eph Bancroft, Hound Hill ; Wm 
A. Keed, Hamilton Parks, Port ftcjorf^o ; E. E. McDormond, Round 

j Hill; Job Wade, jr., W. W. Mills, Granville Ferry; Georjre V. Knight, 
Joshua C. Potter, Klias Foster, W, A. Si»roull. Geo W. Bolby, A. 
D.Goucher, Joel Wlijtmnn, Clarence; H. M. Irvine, Grauville Ferry; 

; H. H. Chute, Hear Hiver. 

County ok Antigonish. — Dougald Cameron, South River; 
Hon. J. McKinnot., W. Point; Angus Mclsaac, Antigonish; John 
; M(>nonal(i, Pomquet Furka; Alexander Mclnnis, Autigouish ; Alex- 
' ander Cameron, Antij;ouish; Andrew ChiKholm, S. S. Harbour; 
I Aiexanuei Mcltitush, M. I), Antigonish; Colin Ross, Malignant 
' Brook ; Colin Cliisholm, Marydale ; John McGillivray, Glen Road ; 
! Michael Crispo, Harbour an Bduche; Timothy CrisrH), Harbour au- 
i Bonche ; Jo eph Macdonuld, Meadow Green ; John Macdonald, Ohio; 
Jamea G. Rush, Malignant Brook; William Gerrior, Traeadie ; John 
Chisholm, St. Andrew's* ; Roderick Chisholm, Pinkie Town ; Allan 
\ Camer m, XiorrlHiowri; John Fraaer. Heacherton ; Edwd Corbett, Har- 
bour an IJouche ; Hemry Webb, Harbour au Bonche; Moses Somers, 
I Bailey Brook ; Michael Pettipas. Traeadie ; Hugh McAdani, Arisaig; 
I Ant'us Mclnnis, A. (\>ve; Martin McDonald, M. Brook; David Condon, 
Antigoni>h ; ("has Cumeron, South River ; Alex McNaughton, South 
River; John .Macljilliviay, Duunaglass; Norman Macdonald, Addiugton 
Fork.-; Hugh McLelian, ilSalt Springs; John C .Macdonald, Harbour; Alex- 
ander M. ('unninirham, Aiiti^ionish; Lauchlan (/ameron, South River; 
Allan Smith, Harbour ; Alex McGillivray, Pleasant Valley ; John A. 
McGillivray, Dunnaglass; Archd McPhce, South River, Lucien Doirou, 
Pomquei; Joseph Macdonald, Moidart; Andrew MeFarlane, W. Point; 
Wil iam Chisholm, Caledonia; John MacMiUan, Aniiyonish ; Donald 
C'lisholm, I raeailie; David .Mi Nair. Antigonish; Ai gus Mclsaac, Cale- 
donia; Wiliisim Chisholm, St Andrew's; Angus McGillivray, Moris- 
town ; Jamis M. Hill, Traeadie ; Alexander Chisholm, Heatlterton ; 
Wm Macdonald, Oaledi)ni>i ; Angu» Mcl)r>ugail, Harbour au Boucbfl ; 
Angus MacDoiiald, Jiimes River; John B. Boniii, Pomquet ; Donald 
McDonald, Knoidart ; John W, Sears, Lochaber ; Alexander Chisholm, 
L. S Hiver: James Keay, Bayfield; Alexander Manson, Lochaber; 
Angus Boyd. Antigoiii.-h; Lanchian Mcl.»»aac, Cape George; Robt. 
Stewart, Middleton ; Wm. J. Symonds, Traeadie; Donald McGillivray, 
South River; Angus McGillivray, Knoidart; John D Mc'.ii'iivray, 
Ohio; Duncan Eraser, Ohio; Roderick Chisholm, Antigonish; Geo. 
A.Sinclair, Loch ilier ; Alex. Mcl'herson, Ohio; Duncan Chisholm, 
St. Andrew's; Dona d Gillis. Lochaber; Clarence N. Harrinu^ton, 
Anti'ouish ; Juhn McGillivray, Hallowell Grant; William J. Webb, 
Harbor au Houche ; Angus D. McGillivray, Mori'.t'jwn ; John 
McKeough, Afton ; DanI Chisholm, Antigonish ; John Flo\d, Spring- 
field ; Roderick McGilivray. Ohio ; Alexauder McKinnon. Antigonish ; 
John McLean, Afion ; John Macdonald, Malignant Brook; Henry 
Boyle, Traeadie; 1). Macdonald, Antigonish; Placide Delory, Traeadie; 
Roderick Grant, Aiitigoni>h ; Samuel Daiton , Hallowell Grant ; Autzus 
J. Boyd, South River ; Donald McEachren, Cape George; Hugh 
Mclnnis, Ohio; Peter MacKinnon, St. Andrew's ; Fitzhugh McPhie, 
Aniigonish ; Martin Wal.sh, Hallowell Giant; John A. Stewart, 



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Lochflf'or ; John Cliisholm, Anti;,'onisli ; Alex McDonald, B -aver 
Mcudow ; DanI Oilli«", Cape George; Jnined W. riiiHlioIrn, Malimia't 
Covo ; Clmrjex Dann, 8. S. AnfitjoniHli llarlxmr; Alexander 
Cjuneron, Lochaber ; Anirus Mc(iillivrav, Siuinpfldd ; Ah'xander 
McDonald, Anti>rouirth ; John Corbet, liailjor liouchie ; Michael 
Lebbettor, Aniijjonish, John F. Cunnin};h:nn, Donj^ald McDonald, 
Lakevalc ; John II. McDonahl, Heathorron ; iFohn H. Gillis, George- 
ville ; John McDoniuli, Tracadie. 

County of Capb Bueton. — Georj^c G. G. Hill, Arnold Holmes, 
Lauchlin Kolmrtson, Bcnoni Shenherd, Anthony Martell, Geo. Hi'uby, 
Don. RoHS, Hon. Thon. I). Archibald, Don. Gillin, Caleb Huntington, 
Thos Moore, Donpild McI)ouj;;all, Law Kavana^h, John Hicliardson, 
Henry V. Bt)wn, Simon NichoNon, William W.Bown, (ieorge McKay, 
A. G. McLean, Richard LafHn, Clement H. Harrington, Bcnoni 
Gouthreau, Donald McDtiuyall, Stephen McNeil, Anjjn.s AnderHon, 
Ron. McDonald, Ro!i : McMillan, Wm. McDonald, Fras Lewis, Alex- 
ander Moore, Alex G Hamilton, J'din Lorway. Ihi^U McGillivray, 
Alex. McDonald, \Vm Hontlidfte, John Edwards, !'«t. Collin.s, John 
Vooght, Michael Slatery, Walter Yonnj^, Henry Mitchell, John 
Belcher Moore, Win. H. Moore, Robirt Martin, Allan McLean, 
James (lillin, Ronald McDoiuild, Michael AlcLetlan, Don. McDoii;;all, 
Allen McAdam, Laurence Holiand, (Cornelius Hickoy, Kwen Robert- 
Hon, John Sutherhuid, i')avid McKeen, Alex. C Rosb, John McLean, 
Henry LeCra^s, Jidin T. Moffatt, Blowers Archibald, Donald McNeil, 
Patrick Nevill, Vatk O'Toole, Israel Slattery, Hector F. McDou^all, 
Don McLellan, .John Mc(ireuor, Geo F. M. Forbes, Rich. H. 
Brown, James McNeil. Chas. Muggah, Francis Quinnan, Roderick 
McLennun, Angus ('ampltell, Neil McDimald, Angus McDonald, 
Jo.seph McVarish, Thos Fortune, Alex McAuley, Sam J. Brookman, 
Murdoch McCodrum, Lawrence Laffin, Malcom Ferguson, Hector 
McDonald, Michael McNedl, John Grant, George McKay, 
Michael McGillivray, Alexundor McKhv, George Scott, James 
Gillis, Rod McNeill, Hen"y Lawlor, Joseph McPherson, HughMcPhee, 
Andrew Nesbit, Jno McDonald, Duncan McKachcrn, Geo F. Burciiell, 
Joseph McNeill, Norman Morrison, R. McLean, John McNeill, Wm 
Mc.K McLcod, Murdock Matheson, Duncan McLellan, M. J. Fhoran, 
John McRury, John McMill*n, Wm Burke, John McKinnon, Goo B. 
Ingraham, Alex McKenzie, John B. Jtickson. Wm Buchanan, Wm H. 
Morley, M. A McDonald, R. A. McDonald. Duncan Giilis, Ghas P. 
Moffatt, P. McDougall, D. M. Gillis, Aurie E. Rees, James McPhee, 
Joseph McKinnon, H. R. McKenzie, J. W. Brown, Wm McKenzie, 
Jos H. McKinnon, John Bryden, James McVey, D. R. McLellan, 
Angus McNeill, S. L. Purvis, W. Routledt-e jr., C. W. Hill, D. McK. 
Gillis, Allan Morrison, P O'Connell, D. J. Mclsaac, Walter D. 
Hill, James Francis, Neil Ferguson, Mira; J. A. H. Rhindre.ss, Henry 
McDonald, Roderick Morrison, James McLean, Saml A. Grant, Daniel 
Graham, Fred Moseley, Hector McKinnon, Isaac Greenwell, Otto B. 
Lewis, Joseph McDonald, William Proctor, William Burke, Malcolm 
McAulay, James C. Stewart, James W. Grant, ( ibarus. 

County of Colchester. — Francis R. Parker, Robert Fletcher, 
Hon. Samuel Creelman, S.unuel Waugh, W. D. Corbett, William 
Faulkner, John Smith, Jolm Irvine, John McKay, J. D.Putnam, Hugh 
Dunlap, James N. Crowe, Richard Slade, William I >rysdale, James 



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FlemminK, John M.OHmp'iell, Henry Hunter, James MeKaf, Ezra Lay 
t>n,.(aH K. Blair, RnhertJ. Pollock, John Mc(ie(^f;e, Kohert L Bvers, 
ThuH IV ChiHliulin, Koitt Lewm, Alexander Mcheuil, Jafl J. Hainilion. 
Driviil Rainnay, HoIimi G. Kntherfurd. Irtuac Fulton John Ilvan, J. 
I) McCart. Kohert (' Fulion, Isaac FIcinminjr, (ieorjfe C. 't'aylor, 
Harrio Fulniore, Dsutiel McKenzie, ,hxH F. Blatichard, iC. Tiipper, ir, 
Philip Fulnii>re. Junes Max will. Janie8 K. Dickio, Abranain N. 
Till 'per, David Mc(j. Johnson, .lohn Wicr, Kl)en Faleu, Alexander 

B. i-'leu'lier, Jos C Orowe, Tho-* W. Crowe, John A. P. McLellau, 
VVillinin Bhickmore, John (lirk, iluiih Muiiro. Jno T. B. Henderson, 
8ila8 K. Black, Kdwiird Ityslnp, DinMld M Snther^and, Jut'iam. Blair, 
Charhs Loiitihiad, Hohert Forltes, Georye Fultcni. Jolin McKay, Jus 
Norri-, D.ivid (' Slack, >. G. A. Morrison, Patrick Hill, Harris 
ilurrinuton, L J Crowe, Thomas McKav, Levi Davidson, ThomaH J. 
G.^Klsoti, jaiiies ('lark, John Miller, William B air. John Li^jhtbody, 
Kbenezir Beactie, Ja>iMs Kent, Hohert Dill, William Lynch, John C. 
Archiliald, Walter B Hiii^jley, Robert Grant, Amos Fountain. Andrew 
Y Corbett, Andrew K. Moore, Thomas Malcolm, William M Hiltz, 
Alexander A. McKiminie. C. W Johnson, Gcorjje Campbell, C B. 
Arcliibiild, Amos Mc(^»lly, J. B. Fra-er, Fred. Menerher, James 
Millet-, James (iniham, Gilbert Sutherland, William McKenzie, James 
MeCurdv, William Creiirbton, J.tmes A. Cox, Hiram H. Eaton, 
Join Dickie, B F. Pt-arnon, Joseph 11. Morrison, George Guun, 
Augustus McCnrdy, Jotsn Sutherland, W. B. Hnesiis Thcmas 
Parker, W. H. llo>.'}r, Eddy Tiipper, VVIlliam N. Dickson, Andrew 
Ct)x, Enug Boomer, A. S. I). Fulton, Kiehard C/raij;. J E. Bigney, 
Chailes N. Cummiiij^s. George Marshall, Geori^e H Bates, Robinson 
Thomson, Andrew O'B. Johnson, Frederick A Laurence, Henry 

C. Upliam, John B. Flem'uir, William Deyarmond, Geo. F. Crowe, 
W. A. Fulmei, Leonard G. Crowe, Robt. Stevenson, Charlton Gay, 
G. A. Fulton, George ('. Stevens, J(din Dart. Tliomas M Dunphy, 
George Creelman, R. A. Longhead, Jacwb Harvey, David Annand, 
Robert Benjamin, Benjamin Budge, John F. Putnam, Joseph 
H. Davison, John McGrnth, Daniel Hislop, Charles Cox, 3rd, 
Robert McLeod, C L. Marsh, J. A. McDorman, Samuel Fi 
Morrison, James Cock, John Wilson, John Cook, sr., Charles D. 
Creelman, James Clifford, Alex S. Ro-fs, Robert Smith, Thomas 
Frances, E. T. Sibley, Wm McLeod, John Bouyman, (Edwd's son), 
Alex Weatherbe, Fredk Tiipper, Thos Waugh (Samuel's son). Win 
Ellis, Jno A. Dickson, R. IL Fulfon, L. C McQuinn.Thos R. Morrison, 
W. W. McLellan, Truro; Alex Flemming, Folly Mt. 

County of Cumberland — Amos S. Blenkhorff, Henry Harrison, 
William Pipes, J. K. Elderkin, George Knowlton, C. G. Doukin, 
James Fullerton, Hance Hunter, David Lawrence, Norman McLeod, 
William Baker, Robert W. Salter, Martin Chapman, Peter 
McFarlane, Cyrus Black, Douglas Pugsley, William Stewart, 
Alfred Black, William B. Bruiidage, Robert Ward, Francis 
F. Hatfield, Nathaniel P. Hughes, David Fullerton, John Davison, 
M G. Pugsley, Aaron Rockwell, Levi Borden, William Waugh, 
David Ross, Lemuel Bigney, Enoch Embreo, Edwin Johnston, Charles 
Ward, Donald McKenzie, Thomas McKay, John Bigelow, Ephraim 
Howard, James Z. Bliss, David McElmon, Thomas Lnsby, Ardiibald 
Dickey, Charles C'reed.M.D., Thomas R, Black, Thomas Roach, Hiram 
Black, Patrick Baird, William Moffatt, Samuel Baird, John Atkinson, 



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Hickman, Alex M.g,Willn, VVilllam Smith. I. Embree Wood, Robt 
Chrintie, Thos Kirkpntrick, Zebud A. MacKay, Chan H. Bent, fiaw. 
Harmon, An^uH M((Jilviay, Joh Herritt, Win (ircenfield, Chas T. Oul- 
ton, Alex Dewar, JoHhua Black, William Oxiey, Charles Smith, 
Georjje Hill, C. Edwin Atkinson, (^hHtles llatfield, Jesse W. 
Fullerton, W. Y. Kinj;, John W. Boyd, Jo»lina Dewis, 1) Dickinson. 
Henry Davis, Alboit D. Chapman, William Blp.''k, A. A. Stevenn, Robert 
J. Mitchell, KufuH S. Purdy, Dnniel Y Holmes, George 
Scott, (iilbert Atkinson, John Siitlierhiiid, Ceorpc Chapmnn, James 
THif, Wm J. Fales, Isaao Brown, Isaac Purdy, F.dw Betis, B, 8. 
Seaman, Peter McDonald, Jas McC/abc, Jno K. Morris, Dav Mitthell, 
Peter McLean, Thomas Lowther, James 0. H. Brown, Jas A. Elliott, 
Samnel E Freeman, A. G. Purdy, Amos Pnrdy, Robert Donkin, L J. 
Hinglcy, Richard Lawerlson, Rufus Woods, Thomas Rol«ton, 
J. M.* Atkin«en, T. J. Copp, Georjre Kinjf, Job II. Seaman, 
Nelson Fillmore, John McAr bur, John W. Smith, Gilbert Seamsn, 
Ho/('kia!i Kincr, Jesse D Moiitrone, Richard L. Bbick, John W. 
Schnrman, George W. Forrest. George W. Gilroy, Robert Barclay, ! 
Sanford H. Purdy, Henry A. Johnson, William Hall, James fc. 
Gilland, James R. Morris, Samuel W. Salter, Hugh D. Chisholm, 
Alfred E. Melanson, James R. Mcintosh, Sampson Moore, jr, Charles 
S. D. Chapman, William R. Henderson, Robert McKim, David 
Stewart, William E. Blenkhoru, Tfiomas J. Seamaiis, D R. McLcllan, 
Daniel McLeod, Andrew Taylor, R. A. Mcl^ean, John Lockar(, 
Robert W. Ripley, Richard Bennett, Alexander McKenzie, Henry 
Swift, David Stewart, Eraser Hatfield Alexander E. Eraser, Edward 
W. Shipley, Albert Bigney, T. R. Slade, Conrad W. Morris, Charles 
Bragg, Joseph Ogilvie, Duncan McDonald, Andrew Nicholls, Jeptha 
Harrison, Robert McCloskey, John M. Hunter, G. Allen Doncasier, 
Thomas R. Harrison, Levi Johnson, Rufus Hicks, John Mclunis, 
Wallace Ridire; J. M Bigney, Westchester; T. M. Johnson, Little 
River; Patk Woodland, Wallace Bridge; E. J. Embree, Fort Lawrence; 
E. E. Fisher, Shinimecas; Robt D. Davidson, Wallace Bridge; 
pLeander Treen, Malngash; Frank L. Peers, Spring Hill; Joshua 
H. Livingstone, Wentworth ; W. W. Black, Shinimecas ; Geo C. 
Harrison, Southampton ; John G. Holmes, Parrsboro ; Jas F. 
Trueman, Truemanville ; D. F. Archibald, Athol ; Blair Bent, Fort 
Lawrence ; Amos Lusby, Southampton ; Jas W. Brownell, linden ; 
Angus McDonald, River Hebert ; J: L, McKinti, Wallace ; Rufus 
Metcalf, Williamsdale; Thompson Keilor, Amherst Point; Robt B. 
Murray, Spring Hill ; Clinton Bigelow, Centreville ; Geo E. Cotter, 
Richmond; Henry Angus, Goose River; P. R. Peers, Wallace Bay; 
Jas W. Cotter, Kichmond ; Alex. McKenzie, Malagash; Arthur 
Davison, Amherst ; Wm Sutherland, Hansford ; J. Alder Davis, Chas 
R. Casey, W. A. Fillmore, Barrett Ralston, Michael Dowlin, W. B. 
Huestis, Amherst ; David Redmond, Pugwash ; Thomas Matheson, 
Thomson Station ; Hance W. Baker, Atnol ; Geo. O'Brien, Middle- 
boro ; Frank Seaman, Minudie ; Alex McCuUoch, Diligent River ; 
Carson Atkinson, Westbrook. 

County op Digby. — District of Di(/by — Edward Everitt, Sterns 
Jones, Geo B. Potter, W. F. Marshall, John V. Purdy, Benjamin H. 
Rugsrles. Lauchlan McKay, Edward J. Haines, John W Powell, 
Samuel T. Bacon, Edward W. Potter, Geo A. Purdy, Abner Morse, 



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Inrarl Dunn, John S. McNeill, Wm Lout, Chan 11. Denton, William 
Demon, Jcremitili McLnn^hlin Hidinnl Snndorflon, Chiis E. Everilt 
John WuIhIi, K. \{. Otikcx Daninl I). Morton, JaincH K. Delnp, (teu 
A. Piirdv, \Vm Warner, Divid ("lownn, FmnciH IliitcliinHon, .John A. 
Smith, Kdwant Motran, John M. S>niih, K. S. Titzrandolph, Joh W. 
Denton, Stephen WeHtcott, ,C. II PayHoii, Win ('. Warner, Kliakini 
E Tuppor Thonias O'Sin^'or, Kpliraini A. B-icon, William Nicholl, 
Willium II. Dtihl^rcen, Lovckiii Hilton, John Hood, J. It. Hunt, 
Edmund Burnhiun. John B. Lettent'v, f'Oo K. N. Bndd, James A 
Mushes John Iloldrtwoith. Na hanifl 11. Wfhtcutt, Wm M. B. Dakin, 
Nathaniel E Butler, John A. Clinton, Charhs MkC Camphell, 
Ahrrtham Lent, W (/. Dentor), J. Ed;:ar .JoncH, Ahraham Kinney, 
John Crowley, James A. Ccdlin.s, Jos I). I'ayson, JamcH Binj;ay, Jno 
A. KusHell, liy Blakeslv, Watson Suiinde'rs, Nathan J. Thurher, 
Gcorjre Bi8hop, Georjie ^. Stone, IVter Killiloa, jr, William O Theall, 
Walter Walsh: Ahraham L. Uavel, Wm Ilanley. Joshua Heed. Jno 
Kinney, Solomon M. Dakin, Bernard Ilavov, (Jio M. Wliite, Kdw C. 
Bowers, Geo M. Warner, John R. Hunt, I^eill McNeill. District of 
Clare — Heuh Perry, .M. Kohiihcau, Nicr. Dovcau, Felix Deveau, Johu 
P. Thihedean, Joseph A. R()l)i('heaM, Georjro Gwman, Louis Q. Burqne, 
Jnme.s E. Stuart, Anjfcl Blinn, Henry C Sahean, Jno'CJ. Nowlan, Wm 
Mullen, Wm H. Sadean, Amhrose A. Comeau, Francis Vantour, Oli- 
ver A. Soucie, Wm Darhison, '^nsclm M. Comeau, John E. Comeiui, 
Ambrose H. Comeuu. Francis J. ('ojr.!au, Jacob S. Allan, Louis 
J. Bounanfaut, Isaac LeBlanc, Willr^n A. Caim, Hcctanooga. 

County oi GuYSBono'. — District of Gtiysboro — John Mahoney, 
William G. Scott, Johu A. Steel, Johu Ehler, John Jameson, Joseph 
W. Hadley, Jonathan Hartley, Joseph Davis, Donald Gunn, J A. 
Tory, William Hartshorne, ' (icorge Scott, Styles Hart, Alfred 
W. Hart, David Scranton, James II. Foltmate, Thomas O'Neil, 
Thomas C. Cook, William Tory, William Wobher, James S. Nickerson, 
Wm H. Wylde, Saml Aikcns, Valontiuo McDonald, Jas Purcell, Herb 
R. Cuufiinghani, Geo B. Iladloy, Jas Ferguson, Jno Matthews, Spencer 
II. Giffin, Thos F. Milward, Donald Kennedy, Ja-s R. Atwnter, Thos 
Condon, Charles Taylor, (Charles M. Francheville, Henry M. Jost, 
Abraham Cox, John McMillan, James H. Carr, John Chisholm, 
Thomas Hadley, Donald Chisholm, Archibald Chisholm, William 8. 
McKenzie, Stephen McMillan, Wm Wright, Kinsman Sweet, David 
Hudson, William G. Scott, jr., Peter Sinclair, Donald S. Ferguson, 
William H. Pye William G. Simpson, James H. Buckley. John 
McGuire, Patrick C. Cullen, J. J Sangster, John McG. Cunningham, 
James W. Young, William G. Hadley, A. K White, Andrew Haley, 
Cyrus Parks, J. Gordon Pearr, Robt. Peoples. Isaac J. Whitman, 
George Munroe, Almon B. Feltmect, Archibald B. Chisholm. 
District of St. Mary's- — Dan Hattie, sr., Jno Hattie, Alex Fisher. 
Don. Kennedy, Robert Davis, D. K. McKeen, Alex Mitchell, 
Jno Gillies, Jno Cumminger, Jesse Cummini»er, Jno Kennedy, 
Don McDonald, Allen McQuarry, Antrus Cameron, sr., Angus 
Cameron, jr , Wm L. Pye, Saml G. McKeen, James Hemlow, Elisha 
Hawbolt, John S. Stewart, R. H. Kennedy, Ale.sander Sinclair, 
C S. Mcintosh, Geor{;e Elliott, James H. McDonald, James McCutch- 
eon, William Pride, Allen Rood, William H. Hemlow, John A. 
Kirk, Daniel Hattie, jr., Alexander Sutherland. John Cruickshanks, 
Robert Rood, A. Anderson, J. L. Hattie, Charles D. Nichols, W. 



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D. R. Campron, \oH Mcfiuarric, Jarnci D. Sinrlair. Joint Polnon, 
NaUianiel AHlifnn, David Kirk, D.A. CainRroii, John WilliatnH, Wm 
H. I'yo, Alex McDoMHld. 

Co'JNTT OF IFamkax.— DavM Annatid, Gny'n River; David 
Archilmld, Upper Mi.Hfimtdohnit ; J(din Artz, l.ittlo liiver ; David 
Art-hihiild, lOtli, MIddU: Musijuodohoit ; David W Archihald. 
Sheet Ilarhor ; Koliert Adlinu'toii. M. D.. fiav'n Mivcr ; KphrMim K. 
Burgess, Low. Bed foul; (Dist. I.'S); J«h W KIctniritr. Halifax; J(dnj A.. 
Boll, Halifax; ('hainliciH iJlakucy, Joddore ; Kdwd Bo^Ners, I'oriu- 
fiWCHo Vovi", Jas Butler, Rul»t Boak, lliitrli W. B'ackadur. ilalitax ; 
John 11. Bnlcotn, Shtua [!arl)or ; Jo!in (J. BiHHett, Cole Hariior ; 
Kiios Bilker, Jeddnre, (Ktst); Aiidw Bellef'oniai'ie, ('hezzt^toook. (Dint. 
28) ; Adam Biirn.s. B«)l.t. N. Beckwith. l{oi»t.. Baxter, .John W. Bur- 
ton, Ilalitux ; John Barrun, IJpfter \liis(|iio(|()hoit ; Jon II Bartlett, 
Tcrefiee Bay; (leorfre Burns, Upper Mn-<|nodoh(»it ; (^ (\ Blackadar, 
Halifax ; Jame.n ("roiulicr Mr , James OromluT jr , St. Margarers Bay ; 
Snmml Ualdwell. Halifax ; Win J. (Vdeman, Dan Croiuin, KrctI I) 
Cort.ett, riiasC. V. ('larkM)n, Tlios P. Co-moIly. John Co'molly, Wm 
Co!nj)ton, Halifax ; N. I* (-hrisii.m, Wm B. (Miri."»iian, Upper I'ros- 
peet ; Norman ('nmphell ; Harridan (\>ve; Wm H. l^imminjier, 
Middle Mus(|U()dol)()it ; Henry Cruik-hankw, Little Kiver; Thos. E 
Chase, M. D , Haujrett.s Cove ; ThoH F (\»n)iorM, Ka.st Dovjt ; Wm 
Chisholm, Halifax; Adam Dean, Upf)er Mnsiinodoltoii. ; (ieo S. 
Dickey, Middle Mnxqiiodolioit ; John Douil, VVil lain Dunbar, John 
Davijion, Joh»i '"nffiiM, James Dom|»t('r, Jeremiah J. Donahoc, 
Patrick Dufrtran, Halifax; Fied. Darnih, Ihriiiif; Cove; Geori;e 
G. Dnstiui, Dartm')ii'h ; (jJeorj^e Danphiney, HeMii St. M.triraret's 
Bay ; It. T. Braine. Ilalif .x; KiMiici.s('. LI iott, Dartmouth; Koht Fox, 
Hubbard's Cove; I'ai Fnl er, Dartmouth ; James FiM-sirr, St Mar<rar- 
et's Bay ; Chas Fader, Fast Dover; Dnminict Farrell, Dartmonh; 
James Far(piharnoti, do, I'reston Koad ; Jaine.s G Fo-ier. Dartmouth ; 
K. VV Fra.-er, Hvacinih Fuller, John Flinn, Alex Forrest, Halifax ; 
Rich Fleming, Ketch Harbor; Lawson E. Fe' erty, N. VV. Arm, Hx ; 
Peter Grant, E B. Sutcl ffe, Duncan Grant, Jas L. Gritriii. (Co. Sti- 
pendiary), John Grdde.><, Halifax; Thos A. Gaetz, Tiireo Fadiom 
Harbor; George Garrison, Petru'y 'h Cove ; Andn-w Gray, Sambro ; 
J«»hn Gibbons, Hubbard s Cove; Jamrs Gardner, MusqnodoHoit 
Harbor; Charles Hamilton, Sackville ; Jo.seph Hamilion, L*edford; 
Wesley Hayes, Hammond's Plains; Philip ('. Hill, Norman Hayes, 
jr., William Hire, Patrick Hayden, W. I) Harrinirton, David 
Hunter, Peter Hogau, Abm W. Hart, Ileury Hait, Halifax ; Laac 
Hopkins, Jeddor3, John Hayes. Herring ('ove; John Higgifis, Middle 
Mu"*quodoboit ; Edgar Hill, Shi() Harbor; Wm C. Henley, Spry Bay; 
Geo B. Hubley, Black Point ; Wm Hay, Ta gier ^ Carvossa C. Hart, 
Sheet Harbor; Alvan Hubley, French Yil age ; John M. Inglis, 
Halifax ; Edward Johnson, Bear Cove ; John Janie.s, St. Margaret's 
Bay ; Geo Jamleson. M. D., f>hip Harbor ; Jos Kaye, Wm F Knight, 
T. E. Kenny, Halifax ; John Kline, North VVest Arm, do ; Jas 
Kent, Upper Musquodoboit ; Wm T Kent, Musquodoboit Harbor; 
John Kirker, Quoddy, (Dist. 34) ; James Dwyer. VVm J. Lewis, John 
P. Lonuard, Halifax ; Francis Layton, Miud e Musquodoboit, Wm 
Landels, Gay's Uiver; John Lini;ley, Waverley ; Geo J. Longard, 
Upper Prospect ; Wimburn J. Laurie, (.Major Gen.), Oaklield ; Goo A. 
Leslie, Halifax ; John Lapierre, Chezzetcook, VVest ; Jas B. Laid- 



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law, Wftverley ; Joseph Mnrphy. Dover Tnland ; William Mnnrn, 
Samuel J. Manou, St MiirirHrot's Hay; Jacf)** Marriott, I'nnnnnt 
Bay; George II. Mudill, Milford Station; Jamos Moranh, DovtT ; 
Perer W. MjiHkill, Wont Jidtlrjn' ; (JoorL'O \\ Malinjr, Mead Harbor; 
Robort Motton. Kdward Monifi^n, Isaac II. Mafhvrs, Arcliil)ald 
Mitcliell, (MtaH K. Mt)tt, Wm Murray, Halifax; Anli Mcl'hee, Gay'H 
Riv»'r;I)on McLitron, (^ho/zotcook, Wost ; M. .MoFarlane, Sheet 
Ilarlior ; John F. Mc Ken/.ie, do ; John D. Mnckintonh, Hali'ax; Walter 
MeCnrdy. Middle MuH(|uodoboit ; Wm McKmzie. Preston I{«>ad ; J. 
NtufftH, Pleasant Point ; David A. Niclud.'^on, Bfiuver Hank; Wm 
Ninbct, Georjre Mitehell, Halifax; Jaine.n J. O'Brien, Halifax; 
Jn8 O'Lenry, Tho>< O'Letiry, W<'st (^uoddv, Alfred (i. O^ilvie, Little 
Hivor ; I). H. Pitts, Talifax ; Jidni Y. f'nyzMnt Dartmouth; Win 
Ptrry, She<'t Harbor: ThoH A. Park<T, Upper Mnscjuodohoit ; Edm 
R. Poole, Meujfher'M (irant; Mich J. Powei, Henry N. IVitit. TiiOH G. 
Power, Edmund Ryan, Petor Ros."*. M II Richey, William Roche, jr.. 
Richard T. R<Minje, Halifax ; '\Villlinn It Fo.Hit-r. Menjamin C. 
RuHHell, Dartmouth ; (ieo. Richardson, St. MarL'nret'H Bay ; Maynnrd 
P. RichnrdHon. Indian Harbor; Jiio C. Roh", Tnn<;hir; ,Ino (J. ReynoIdH, 
Up. Musquiidoboit ; Geo H. Rowlinpn, Mu.«(|nodoboit Hurbor ; Henry 
Shelnutt, Shoal Bay ; John E. Shatford, Hubbard'H Cove: Ezekiel 
Sibley, Meanher's (inuit ; J'd>n A. Sliiers, South East PasflMjfe, (Dint. 
3'\), ThonmH B. Simonson, Moser's River; Benjamin W. Salter, 
Daniel Sullivan, Jas (loilfrey Smith, Clarence J. Spike, Douj^las 
M. Story, Dan J. Smith, Halifax ; Jas E. Shatford, Indian HarlMjr ; 
Jame8 H. Sellars, Lawrencetown ; (J. W Stewart, Montague, John 
J. Simmons, Lower Prospect ; Walter Stoddard, Clam Harbor; George 



Plains ; John D. Tupper, John H. Taylor, Miihile Musquodoboit; 
Sam Thomsim, Hammond'.-^ Plains; James Thomson. (Cusjos), 
Cathcart Thomson, Dr. John Ternan, Robert Taylor, Halifax; 
George J. Troop, Dartmouth, Willium J. Vcith, Halifax ; Francis 
Webber. Sackville; John Woodill, Thomas Walsh. C J Wylde, 
George W. Wiswdl, Halifax; Stephen White. Martiir Walsh, Upper 
Prospect; C. A. Whitman, Ingraham River; Thomas Wilks, 
Meagher's Grant ; Benj C. Wil.son, Wavnley ; Wm Geddes. Sheet 
Harbor Passage; Caleb F. Hnbley, Black Point; Alex Mclnnes, 
Musquodobuit Harbor; GeorL-e Hartling, jr, Ecum Secnm ; J<hn K. 
Andrews, Dutch Settlemenr, (Dist 19) ; Wm M- King. Wellington 
Station, (Dist 18) ; William T. K'Mintdy, Daniel Laperre, Grand 
Desert; Jon Irvin>:, Mooseiand ; Henry J. Balcatn, Salmon River; 
W. H. Ross, Halifax; John Stephen, Fall River, (l)i»t. IS); 
Charles Annand, Ja-* Simpson, Geo E. P'ranklyn, Halifax; William 
Burris, Litte River, (Dist. 35) ; Henry Romans, Daitmouth; Joseph 
Himelman, Eastern Passage, (Dist 3.3); James Fader, East Dover; 
James McCaffrey, Halifax ; James F. Anden^on, Mn^qnodoboit 
Harbor; James E. Conrod. Spry Bay; L. F. Hill, Ship Harbor; Elijah 
J. Covoy, Indian Harbor, (Diat, II)', Frank S. West, Halitjix ; Samuel 
McKay,* Preston ; W. B. McDonald, Halifax ; Alfred Elliot, Dart- 
mouth ; Jame8 Dwyer, Halifax; Alex Mclnnes, Mu.squodoL-oit 
Harbor; Daniel Lepierre, Grand Desert (Dist. No. 28); Arthur P. 



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Silver, Hnlifrtx ; W. R. Foster, Dartmouth ; Wm VVoodill, Halifax ; 
A. K. Mackinlay, Halifiix ^ Thomas C. Allen, Halifax; John Caffaro, 
Terence Bay; Jas Fitzgerald, Portuguese Cove; Jas Allison, 

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County of Hants — Western Di'stict — Archibald Smith, William 
Chaml)er9, James Cnchran, John Hurpess, James Greeno, Robert 
Allison, Mich B. Salter, Isaiah Dimock. Shiibael B. PHrker, Thos 
Sanford, James M. Hij^gins, Benjamin Mirsters, 
William Bennett, Shubael Dimock, Dennistm 
Shaw, Harris Martin, Jas Cochran, Jas Dennison, 
Ed Dimock, Monson Goudpe, Alex S. Mcfican, 
Georjre H. DeWolf, Jno Smith, J. B. North, William Davison, 
George Armstrong, William Murphy, William Fish, Handley 
Starriit, Samuel Mumford, Andrew Shaw, Tlios Akins, E. Mumford 
W. B, Shaw, William Cannvau, Nathan Wilcox, John Carmichael, 
William Beckman, Johu Sterling, t^iinies Poyntz, David Scott, William 
Curry, Alfred Thomas, Jhs E. Burgess, Charles E. Young, William 
Bailey, William McKay, Thomas Armstrong, Ezekiel N Marsters, 
Wm H. Moslicr, John Taylor, Charles T. Cochran, Saml Murphy, 
John Calder, John Mosher, J Albert Vaughn, Saml Sweet, Mark 
Curry, J. Lvnch, Anrhonv S. Sanford, Wm Mosher, Noah Mosher, 
William L.'Chittick, Watson Dill, William O'Brien, John Keith, 
Alexander Forsyth, Theophilus Cowan, George Harvie, Willium 
Harvie, John A. Taylor, John M. Payzant, Joseph Wallej. 
Thomas W. Cochran, Robert Paulin, D. D. Davidson, W. 
M. Christie, Robie McLatchy, A S. McLean, John Campbell, 
Wilbur D Carter, David Hunter, Wm S mgstcr, Falmouth ; Joshua 
Withrow, Up. Rawdon Eastern District — James McKeuzie, John 
T. Scott, Dan Blois, H. H. Blois, A. B. Smith, Jas Ellis A. Kirk- 
patrick, ,7no Urquhart, Evan Urquhart.G. P. Thompson, Jno McLearn, 
Benj Blois, Wm Etter, Dan Terhune, Hugh McLearn, Wm H. Guild, 
Angus Rose, Henry Cauavaii, Robert Faulkner, James Dearman, 
Thomas Hunter, H. L. Yeomans, Jacob Hennigar, Alexander Roy, 
Archibald Frame, Alfred Putnam, William Blake, Geortre Freize, 
David R. Crowe, George Aioslie, Simon W. McDonald, James W. 
Falkn.r, John Sim, Wm. Wardrope, John S. Brennan, Thos 
Woolaver, Nelson Wier, James Withrow, Wm Stephens, Michael 
Terhune, Alex. Hill, Lockhart Lawrence, Josiah Cus«:ance,James Miller, 
Duncan McLean. Chas H, Snide, Geo W. Smith, J hn McKeuzie, Wm 
Currie, John McCnIloch, Andrew Pearsou, ,Johu Feuton,John Graham, 
John Putnam, Alex Hiltz, Osmond O'Brien, George Smith, James A. 
Thompson, R. B. Eaton, James Gass, Adams McDougall, Adam Roy, 
Stepheu Putnam, C. A. Hutchins, D. F Singer, David R. Smith, 
Milton O'Brien, John McLearn, Henry Ward, Gilbert W. Walker, 
J. A. Brennan, Archd. McCallum, G. W. Corbett, Albert Hobart. 



County of Inverness. — Hugh Cameron, M. D., Lauchlin 
McDougall, J. S. Hart, William McPherson, Donald Chisholm, John 
McLeod, Peter Smyth, jr., Neil Cameron, William McQuarrie, John 
Mcintosh, Allan McDonald, Allan McMillan, Murdoch A. Ross, John 
H McKeen, William Grant. Hugh McDonald, Malcolm McKay, A. 
Campbell, Neil Gillies, Archibald McPhail, Allan McDona'd, John 
McDonald, Hugh Gillis, Duncan McDonnell, Alexander McEachren, 
Alexander Chisholm, Johu Chisholm, Malcolm McLeod, Roderick 



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ALMANACK. 



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McNeil, John McDonald, Angus Beaton, Neil McDonald, William 
Dunbar, J. Duncan Cameron, Don McMillan, Hu};h McMillan, J. 
McDou^all, Arch Boyle, Farquhar McKae. Duncan McLeod, Peter 
Paint, jr., Alexander McDonald, Archibald McDoujjall, John 
Beaton, Donald McLean, John Campbell, John McLeod, James 
Doyle, John McLellan, Arcene Doucct, Donald McDonnld, Allan 
McDonald, Donald Smith, Allan Cameron, James Coady, John 
McLennan, Lauchlin Kennedy, John Chishobn, Fiiiley Beaton, 
John McEacbren, Alexander McDonald, Angus McCormick, Edward 
McMillan, Robert B. Smith, James Ross, John George Crowdis, 
Duncan McFadgen, Downid Smiih, George C. Lawrence, jr , John 
McDonald, Donald McLellan, Donald Mcintosh, John Hingley, John 
McLellan, Hugh McDonald, John Mclsaac, Alexander McEacbren, 
John Cameron, Patrick Dowliiig, Donald McLellan, Jacob Ross, 
Archibald Cameron, Donald McDonald, An<ius .McPhail, Joseph 
White, Neil McMillan, Ronald Canipbell, Murdoch Matheson, Hugh 
Cameron, Thomas Tompkins, D. F. McLean, William Clongb, 
A. K. McLean, M D., A. C. Thomson, Christopher Smyth, Angus 
McDonald, Murdoch McKinnon, Hector McKenzie, John McKay, 
Neil McAulay, Alexander McQueen, Malcolm Cameron, J. A. 
Ingraham, D. W. Hennessy, Alexander McLeod, A. H. Sutherland, 
A. A. Taylor, Allan Mcintosh, J. C.McDougall, Allan McDonald, 
Dou^ftld McDonald, Alexander McDonald, John G. McQuarrie, 
Neil McLean, Th>mas Crowdis. John H. Murphy, Angus 
Kennedy, Angus Gillies, Peter Mcintosh, John McMaster, A. B. 
Skinner, John McDonald, D. D. McLellan, J. P. McFarlane, 
John McMillan, Dougald A. McFarlane, Alexander McLellan. D. T. 
McDonnell, Hugh McMaster, John A. Gillies, D. E. McKay, J. B. 
McDougall, Lauchlin McDougall, James J. Munroe, Patrick Armier, 
Severin Aucoin, J. H Gillies, Joseph Devereaux, Ronald Beaton, 
L. J. Hart, C. E. Chisholm, James McPhail, James Mcintosh, A. C. 
McEachen, Angus Mcintosh, David W. Munro, Ronald J. McDonald, 
Alex McLellan, Farquhar W. Matheson, John McKay, Lewis 
McDonald, Mark W (/roudis, Donald Gillies, Murdock W. Koss, 
Duncan McEachern, (Alex's sosi), Rodk McMillan, Wm. Kidston, 
D. E. McLean. Lazor LeBlai\c, Charles Aucoin, James Calder, 
Arsene Doucot, Wm. M. Philips, Archibald McLel.an, Geo. D. 
McLeod, John R. MacPonald, Peter Campbell, Patrick W. Fortune, 
Angus D. McLellan, Dennis Town, 

CouNTT OF Kings. — Hon Samuel 
Patterson, Fairfield Smith, Aylesford 
Arch Walker, Aylesford; John (). 
W. Kidston, Cornwallis; Ivad L. Benjamin, Russell Coaldwell, 
Gaspereaux ; Jacob Lockhart, Cornwallis ; Joseph E. Eaton, 
Kentville; Abra Newcomb, Cornwallis; Zebulon Neily, Sydney 
Welton, Aylesford; Wm A, Tupper, Scott's Bay; D. Huntley, 
Avonport ; Charles Wolfe, Waterville ; Benj H. Calkin, Kentville ; 
Robert Schofield, Gaspereaux ; John Kirkpatrick, Aylesford ; Thos 
A. Wilson, Dalhousie, Aylesford ; Levi C. Woodworth, Canning ; 
Robt Burns, Hantsport ; Hiram Borden, Cyrus Johnson, W. Davison, 



Chipman, Cornwallis ; Alex 

; E. P. Borden, Kentville; 

Pineo, Wolfville ; Richard 



William J. Wallace, Kentville; Auuustiue A Pineo, George F. 
Robinson, Chipman's Cor er ; Wm Crane, Jas Leard, Grand Pre; 
John Porter, Joshua Rean, Avonport; John M. Parker, Berwick; 
Edwin Parker, Somerset ; Geo Kinsman, Grafton ; Henry Lovitt, 



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Kentville , Wm C. Hamilton, (jrand Pre ; Jas Noi'thup, Harhorville ; 
Isaac Uamiltoi), Kentville ; Leoiianl Fitch, Aylesford ; John H. Miner, 
Lower Norton; Bernani Fi.rreil, George Dotlgf, George E. Marsiers, 
Kentville; John VV. Barss, Wolfvi le ;» B. B. Woudwortli, Canning; 
John P Lyons, Port Williams ; Benj P. Weaver, CHuninir; Ed 0. 
Foster, Berwick; Geo , Harvey, Horton Landing; Geo N, Fuller, 
Hautsport ; Of)ed Benjamin, Gaspere<iux ; George Hamilton, 
Grand Pre; Jacob N. Wheaton, ( entrev 'e ; R D. West, Hull's 
Harbor ; William Bowles, Waterville ; AiimI T. Baker, Somerset; 
J B. Davison, Wolfville ; E. Schotield, SchoHeld Moun»ain ; 
Leonard llisley Sheffield's Mills; Ed. A:* Davison. Gaspe<eaux ; 
Wm C. Bill, Bill Town; Abr G. Marsters, Port Williams; Eliakim 
Tapper, Berwick; Henry L, Baker, Aylesford ; Wm N Neweoinb, 
Ceutreville ; Amos Baxter, Canning ; M, L. Cleaveland, Wolfville ; 
Geo C. Piiieo, Canard Sr ; Moses Brown, Somerset ; James Doyle, 
Kentville; Jno Tobin, Port Williams; Ed Kedmond.J F.Cunningham 
Kentville; Wm A. Porter, Hautsptit; Geo L. Jess, Scott's Bay ; W. 
H. Woodard, Lakeville ; Wm S. vVest. Leander Kand, C/anning; Ed 
II. Bishop, Port Williams Station ; Gideon Power, Canard ; Oliver 
Woi.dworth, Grafton ; Tlios H Chute, Kentville; Jeremi ih Bhgh, 
Lakevile; Leander Eaton, (canard St.; J. L. Wickwire, CanninL' ; 
Thos Tuzo, Horton Landing ; Dav E. Ross, Ross' C^orner ; W. H, 
Skinner, Somerset ; C. R. Ncnthnp, Jas S. Witter, Cann ng ; Jno N. 
Coleman, Lakeville ; Jno W. Margeson, L. Do V. Chipman, D. D. 
Davidson, Kentville; Olied Newcomb, Port Williams; Jno S. Belcher,' 
Church St.; Jno S Woodworth, Berwick; W. Smith, Port Williams; 
J. W. Taylor, Horton Landing; Thos Craig, Brooklyn St; Ju&tus 
W, Warner, Aylesford; A.Stanley Fisher, Somerset; Jas Patterson, 
Aylesford ; Jno Faulkner, Hoi ton Landing; Wm H. (^ondon, Pros- 
pect, via Caiiibridue ; E. M. Jordan, Kentville; P. M. Brecken, Canard 
St; Jon Rand, ('anning ; Fred Brown, Wolfville; Chas A. Taylor, 
Elias S. Graves, John Foster, Aylesford; Geo E. Cox, Avimport ; J. 
W. Bigelow, Wolfville ; Jehiel Davison, J. L. Gertridge. Gaspereaux ; 
Gideon E. Roid, Kentville; John W. Hamilton, Wolfville; Benjamin 
Kinsman, Upper '.)yke ; John Loomer, Kingsport; Ebeneaer Cox, 
Blomicjou; Noble J. Lyons, Heniy Shaw, Waterville; Charles 
Lemont, Lakeville; Leonard Rockwell, Church Street; D. D. C. 
Reid, Gaspereaux ; R. W. Starr. J. T. Jacksv)n, Port Williams ; R. M. 
Rand, Canard St. ; W. Graves, Aylesford ; J. L, bishop, G. E. Bishop, 
Port Williams Station; Albert D. Nichols, Aylesford; E. M. 
Beckwith, Canning ; Henry E. Jefferson, Berwick ; Ch.trles Ulsley, 
Somerset; Manning Chute, Berwick; J. S. Pineo, Waterville; 
Albert Webster, Cambridge; John B. Best, Brooklyn St.; 
Francis Lyons, Sheffield's Mills; F. W. Chipman, Kentville; 
Samuel Baker, Aylesford ; John H. Hall, Kentville ; Charles E. 
Eaton, Canada Creek ; John W. Fullertou, Port Williams; R. F. 
Reid, Wolfville; Alfred Whitman, Waterville; N. P. Spiirr, Ayles- 
ford ; John Reddan, Wolfville; A. McN. Patterson, Horton Landing; 
Stephen Taylor, T. 11. Harris, Douglas Bent, Aylesford ; Patrick 
Burus, Kentville; J. M. Marchanr, Brooklyn St, Philip Brown, 
Blomidon ; E. C. Banks, Waterville ; Thos G. Mack, Dalhousie, 
Aylesford; Wm. H. Webster, Kentville; Chas L. Newcomb, Canning; 
Reub Farnham, Cana.''. St.; Enoch Gritfin, Upper Dyke Village; Ed 
Eaton, Mordeu Road, Aylesford ; Nathan West, Cold Brook ; Ed 



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McLatchey, llorton Landiug; Ross Chipman.Chip'man's Corner; Alex 
G. Morse, Ayleaford ; John W. Kinfj, Kentville ; Joshua Beardsloy, 
Harborville ; John.L. Newcomb, Canning; Joshua Chase, SI ef- 
field's Mills; Geo MoMahon^ Aylesford ; Isaac B. Jackson, Cold 
Brook; R. D. G. Harris, Canning; J. P. Chipman, Kentville; Jos Steel, 
jr., Scott's Bay; Alt'x Givan, Harborville; C. VV F. Webster, Cam- 
bridge; Simon Wood, SiJieffields Mills; Guilford Newcomb, Everett 
Kinsman, Centreville; Clark Illsley, Somerset; Dav Condon, Waterville; 
Ainsley Bishop, K«ntville; Arth vV. Smitli, Kingston Station ; Pryor 
J. Bishop, New Minas; John H.Webster, Cambridge; Henry J Chute, 
Perry J. Chute, Berwick ; Edward L. Gould, Grand Pre ; Amos H 
Ewing, Aylesford ; John Neville, Hall's Harbor, Roland A. Chase, 
Sheffiold's Mills; W. H. Chase, Port Williams; John E. Dunham, Bill 
Town; We.lington Turner, Harborville; Job Randall, Aylesford; 
William Eaton, Kentville; Wm Pineo, John Caldwell, Cambridge; 
Thos W. Cox, Keniville ; Stephen Spicer, Pleasant Valley; Charles 
E. Sanford, Somerset; Smith Welton, Eri Nelly, Aylesford; William 
H. Ryan, Woodville; Edwin T. Benjamin, White Rock Mills; Robt 
B'urns, Gaspereaux ; James Norihup, Harborville ; Ezekiel K. Ilsley, 
Sheffield Mills; Owen K. Roscoe, Hall's Harbour; Thos S. Morse, 
Somerset ; E. A. Davison, Gaspereaux ; D. M. Dickie, (banning ; 
Wesley W Taylor. Avonport; Finley Mackintosh, Waterville; Fred 
G. Curry, Horton L'Uidiiig ; A. ('. VanBuskirk, Kint^ston Sta. ; X. 
Z. Chipman, Wolfville ; Joseph A. Kinsman, Weston ; James W. 
Caldwell, Wolfville. 

County of Lunenburg. — Distiict of Lunenburg — Henry Baily, 
George W. Kaulbach, James D. Selig, W. J Dauphioee, Benjamin 
Dauphinee, Al)raham Ziuk, Stephen Langille, Thomas Curll, Eli 
Hopps, Patrick McGuire, James E. Hunt, James H. Hiitle, Frank 
Powers, Lunenburg; Morton Wheoloek, Edward Morgan, George 
Bar.-s, Nfflson Chesley, Adam Findle, Adam Dur!and, Avard Fosier, 
Alexander Tretheway, Elkanah Lohnes, Joseph Ruhland, New 
Germany ; Lemuel S. Drew, Henry Porter, J. I>, Sperry, William 
S Drew, jr., Lemuel C. Sperry, J. P. Amstrong, P. Riviere ; Samuel 
Smith, Peti'e Riviere; Lewis Knaut, Nathaniel Strum, James M. 
Metzler, James Wyuacbft, Jacob Pickles, Henry Schnare, Isaac 
Mader, Mahone Bay ; Daniel H. Ritcey, Ritcey's Cove; T. K. 
Cragg, Joseph Wbitford, J. M. Hoyt, Robert Dawson, Robt West, 
Eli llamey, Thomas T. Keefler, Jo^ H. Wade, Jos R. Wyman, John 
Levi Oxuer, Hen E. Cook, E. J Manning, J. W Nelson, Jas A. Curll, 
Bridgowater; Jos Baker, Pit. -^nt River Road; Jao Smith, Enos Teal, 
Jno Teal, Broadcove ; Josiah W. Rudolf, Reub Dauphinee, Upper 
Lahnve; Jas Faulkner, Henry Kedy, Wm F'aulkner, Jas Fislier, Jas 
Kedy, Ed Smith, Chelsea; Jos Ritcey, Gab Seaboyer, Ritcey's Cove ; 
Edward Lamri lie, James Langille, Martin's River; VV. H. DeLong, Nev 
Germany ; William R.eniby,VVest Dublin; D. B. Himmelman, Nicholas 
Oxuer, Jno Gaul, Jas J. Norwood, Lower Dublin ; Richard J. Jenkins. 
Conqueral Bank ; Albert Pearl. Tancook; Gideon Langille, Nathaniel 
Hebb, "Blockhouse; James McKean, West Ferry, Lahave ; Obadiah 
Spinney, Vogler's Cove; Benjamin Snyder, Branch; John Asbury, 
Vogler's Cove; Cyprian Godard, Robt Hunter, Bridgewater; Alfred 
Zwicker, Mahone Bay; J. W. Frail, Mahone Bay; Robert Wile, 
Waterloo; James J. Miller, New Dublin; Josiab B. Rafuse. Enos 
Kaulback, Conquerall Bank; Samuel Risser, Rose Bay ; William 



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Havward, Petite Riviere ; Michael Romkey, Upper Dublin ; John 
Shankle, Lahave; Eilwd Mosur, Kiii£jsbnrtr ; rx)reitzo Parks, Lahave ; 
Jas Dowlinj;, Hose Bay ; Kli Ernst, Andrew Gardner, Lunenburg ; 
Samui'l A. Chesley, Jainos B VuuBuskirk, George H. West 
District of Chester — Chas L. H. Church, Jas Lantz,*Heu Alders Geo 
Rosfi, New Ross; Geo II Mills, Chas Lordly, Kobt Smith, Chester ; 
Casper Oxiier, James Herini<^ar, Chester Basin; George Redden, 
James E. WhitfurJ, David Evens, Artemns Fader, Chester; Silas 
Corkum, W. Road; Levi Oxner, Ephraim Henniijar, Chester Basin ; 
James VV. Langille, West Shore; Georjre H Windrow, New Koss; 
Ja lies A. Boutilier, Bay water; Georjre Young, Mill Cove; William 
Chandler, Joseph- Cooien, Fox Point; Samuel Hiliz, New Ross; 
C, E. Williams, (.Chester ; Henry G. Mcisters, New Ross ; Joseph C. 
Fiendel, New Germany. 

County of Piotou — Dun McDoiiald, Wm Fraser, Wm Langille, 
Jas Grant, Wm Smith, Alex Catneron, Rod McKenzie, Alex McKay, 
H. R. Narraway, Don McDonald. Jno Holmes, Jno H. Lane, Jno 
Ross, Alex Chishoim, Don Fraser, Jas Wentworth, Dun Robertson, 
Thomas Horn, James Holmes, .Fames W. Carmichael, Alex. McIIardy, 
John MfPhee, David Ross, Bla(''< liiver; Robt Fraser, Andrew Camp- 
bell, David Patterson, Alexander Grant, Duncan McKay, James 
McRae, Riihard Tanner, Daniel McDonald, John R. Noonan, Donald 
McKay, Alexander McKay, 'IMionias Fras-r. James Hudson. John 
McDonald (A 's son), John McDonald (J.'sson), William McGillivray, 
Charles McKinnon, Charles McDougall, VVilliam Cameron, Charles 
McLellan, Geo Cimphcll, J. Hislop, R P. Gram, A. Fraser, Don 
McDonald, Jas Frasi^r, Maurice Power, Wm Brownrigg, Don Ross, Jno 
Cumaiiiig, Jas (^ummiiig, Don D. McDonald, Roliert McNeil, Allan 
McPhee, M. C. OMiiig, Wm S. Fraser, Aug McMillan, Jno Falconer, 
Wm McLaren, A J. Patter.>on, John Yorston, Thos Keumdy, Daniel 
Sutherland, lb\niel (chishoim, Alfxander Matheson, Wni MJtton.jr., 
Anderson's Mt. ; Ja|i 1). McGregor, Jas Kitchen, John Henry, David 
Tattrie, Samuel iYrchibald, John Gollan, John McLeod, George 
Lowrie, F'inlay Cameron, Thomas Grant, Robert McNaughton, Daniel 
Munro, Robert McLean, John Miller. James P. McLennan, C. Dwynr, 
Peier Brown, Geo Smith, John Fraser. David Huggan, Jas Mitchell, 
William C. Oiding, -John D. Eraser, E McLellan, John McDonald, 
William Irving, Robert Dewar, George McConnell. Alexander 
McGillivrav, John R. Davics, Kenneth CuiK-ron, Samuel A. Foster j 
John McKenzie, James Ross, Robert S. McCurdy, John Fra>er, 
Robert Camjibell, Alexander Sutherland, A. M Eraser, Charles 
McKinnon, Alexander N Gunn, Norm.m Gunn. -John D. Cameron, 
David Connors, Francis McKenzie, J. D. McDonald, Neil Fraser, 
Jas Keith, Richard Fraser, David Culton, William McLean. Roderick 
McDouiiall, Jas Fra-ier, Jas Roy, jr., Jno T. Oliver, Robt Simpson, 
David Fert/usiin, Allan A. Fergu.son, D Fullerton, Daniel McDo aid, 
Angus McDonaM, Charles Wilson. VVilliam Ro>s, John Pringle, John 
McKenzie, Murd )ch McKenzie, William Mcintosh, A.J. McKay, Geo 
Sutherland, David McKav, Alexander McKny, Colin Eraser,' Hugh 
Fraser, Robert McLeod, Angus McQueen, I'eter Campbell, Archibald 
McKay, Johti Murray, Kenneth McKenzie, John (ireener, Samuel 
Fraser, Thomas McDonald, lingh (iray, Angus McDonald, George 
Campbell, James Grant, Duncan Mcintosh, John McDougall, Malcolm 
Fraser, Evan Cameron, Alexander McPherson, Daniel McLeod, 



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James VVillis, Colin Fraser, Malcolm Ross, Alexander G. McDonald, 
John Cameron, Willirtra F. McKenzie, Fred W. Fraser, Angus 
Murray, D. W. McDonald, Anj^us McDonald, Alex. W. McBean, 
James Mcintosh, Jamv;:i McKay, Alexander McGillivrny, James 
Johnston, Donald Gray, Donald Murray, Wm R. McLean, Francis 
Love, James S. Gordon, Daniel Campbell, Daniel McGregor, James 
McRae, David Colquhoun, Wi liam McLean, J F McDonald, John 
H. Bell, Alexander Grant, John Fraser, Roderick McCulloch, Pe'er 
Grant; David W. McKeen, Picton; Geo McDonald, Robt McArthur, 
Glengarry; Alex F Campbell, Pictou Island; Arthur Proudfoo', 
Lome, James Hogg, Pictou Island; J-hn W McOabe, River J«»hn ; 
Duncan Muriro, Sfa View; Atex McDonald, Toney River; John 
J. Logan, Laurence Mille**, Edward Doherty, Daniel Campbell, 
John R. McLeod, While Hill ; Daniel W. McKinnon, Thos Marshall, 
Trenton ; John F Cam^Ton, Stelhrton ; rhoraa«i J. Gray Wesiville ; 
Robert Murray, Four Mile Brook ; W. Scott Fraser ; D. W. Crockett, 
Hopewell; Robt Murray, Vale Colliery; Hugh Cameron, Vale 
Colliery. 

County of Queens. — Richard Carder, Eldred Cohnon, E-^och 
Sreadman. Edward McLeod, Lewis A. Sponagle, Stewart F. Gardner, 
Simeon F. Hunt, Geo A Fisiier, Richard Knowles, Donald ('amphell, 
Joseph Ford, William H. Freemati, Stephen Smith, Joseph B. Harlow, 
Jjcwis Minard, The idosius Ford A. M, Hemeon, I. Newton Mack, 
James Croft, Simeon F Brown. John il. Dnnlap, Samuel T. N. Sellon, 
vStephcn C. Tu|tpcr, John li. Hall, Edward P. Freeman, Jo-eph II. 
Cook, Jabez F. Purks, Asa Morine, Nathan Tupper, Jos Inriis, Wm 
C»»wie, Joshua N. Freeman. Jolin Lacy, .Vle'ton F Douglass, Spencer 
Cohoon, Chas E Morton, Nelson F McLeod, Charles Cusliing. jr., 
Jno W. Cobb David Sheriffs, James E. Daly, Tho nas Day, Eli.sha 
P. Christopher, John Fitzgerald, Jason M. Mack. Stewart Hunt, 
Benj L. 'I'elfer, Beriah B. McPherson. Henrv A. Mowser, Newt F. 
Minard, Wm Smith, Sim Cohoon. Edwin H. Freeman, Milton ; Edwin 
Morine, Wm A. Kenny, Geo T. Moore, Ed McPhers()n, Ira P. 
Freeman, David Freeman, David McPherson. James H. Ni<'kerv»*on, 
Abe..l Harlow, Stephen S Wnter nan, JoMn H, Harlow, Edi^ar B. 
Letson, James Cameron, J. N. S. Marshall, Jo.sep'i Phillips, Isra< 1 
Crushing, Weilintrton (irimes, Zenas McLeod, Ro*'ie S. Sterns, Chas 
H. Clements. Colin MtrLeod, VVm McLeod. J. L. Darrow. West Berlin ; 
J.is A. Freeman, Kempt ; John W. Hardy, Brookfield ; Samuel 
Neily, S. BruokHeld. 

ConNTY op RtcHMOND — Kenneth McLeod, Loch Lomond ; Edw 
Ganion Arich.it ;'E. P. Flynn, Arichat ; Kol)t Hill, Don .McLean, BUck 
River; Wm Brymer, L'Ard'>iae; Patrick Manbourquette, L'Ardoise ; 
Maurice J. Kavanagh, St. Peters ; Kenneth Morrison, Loch Lomond ; 
Jeffrey Boudrot, West Arichit ; John Frahill, D. O'C. Madden, Peter 
Bosdet. John H. Rindress, Arichat; James Smi h, Bear Island; David 
Gruchv, William Li'Vesconte, D'E-'COU.s.se ; Angus McLeod, Loch 
LomcnJ ; Donald N Shaw, L'Ardoise; John McD >nald, Hay Cove; 
Louis Boudrot, Arichat; Wm Urqnhart, Sp. Mountain; George H. 
Bi«*8ett, River Bourgoise ; Hector .Vinrchisou, Grtnd River; Donald 
McKay, L'Archeveque ; I>iidore LeBIanc, Arichat; Henry Richard, 
Arichat; Jno R. Smiih, Arichat; And McDo'ia'd, lied I.-land ; James 
Hearn, Arichat; Maximum Forest, Arichat ; David McNamara, River 



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InhabitHntH ; Peter Grucliy, Arichat; John Keefe, Pt. Michcan ; 
Albert B. Hooper, Fonrche; Anpus MeKinnoD, Fourche ; Neil Stewart, 
Fourche ; Jonepls Mathesoa, L'Ardoise ; Robert (i. Proctor, River 
Inhaljitants ; James Phelan, Arichat ; Sebastinn Vigntau, Arichat; 
R. G. Morrison, St. I'etera ; Wm Chisholm, Loch Lomond ; Hector 
McKlnnon, Loch Lomond; Walter Murray, Basin, R. I; Remi Benoit, 
Arichat; George Clough, Grnndique; Sylvester Boudrot, P. D. Grrtte; 
Edwnrd I'roctor, R. Inhabitants; Clias Grant, R. Inhabitants; Neil Mc- 
Lean, Fourchie; Alex McCuish, St. Peters; Simon P. LeBlanc, West 
Arichat ; John Morrison, St. Peters ; Allan J. McNeil, St. Peters ; 
Jamea LeBlanc, Arichat ; M. J. T. McNeil, R. Bourgoise ; John Mc- 
Neil, Red Island ; William Malcolm, Carriboo Cove; Edwd LeBlanc, 
W. Arichat; Michael McNeil, Red Island; Rodfrick Fcrgusson, 
L'Ardoise ; Alfred E. Lenoir, Arichat ; Farqiihar McPherson, Gd. 
Antz ; Wallace Preghent, L'Ardoise; D. R. Boyle, W. Arichat; Jno 
P Grijchy, P. D. Grate ; Michl Doyle, Rocky Bay ; Peier W. Gruchy, 
D'Esconsse; William Doiron, P. Royal; Ch J, Fuller, jr, Arichat ; 
Patrick White, Basin ; Hy S. Donovan. P. D. Grate; Fred W. Bissett, 
R. Bourgoise; Emile .Mouchet„We.st Arichat ; Jos G. Mauborquctte, L. 
L'Ardoise ; Jas N. Sampson, L L'Ardoise ; Norman McAskiil, Fram 
boise ; Angus McAnlay, Grand River ; Alex Boutin, West Arichat ; 
Daniel Gerrior, Arichat ; John Mclsaac, L'Ardoise ; Jas R. Thomson, 
P. D. Grate; John McAskiil, West Arichat: John D. Matheson, St. 
Peters; Edwd. Malcolm, Cariboo Cove; Amie Terio, West Arichat; 
William O'Brien, Salmon River ; Ronald Currie, Rockdale ; Donald 
McLean, Black River; E. T.. Carhonell, Arichat; L. G. Power, 
Arichat ; F. L. Malzard, Arichat ; Charles Doyle, Rocky Bay ; David 
McMamara, jr., River Inhabitants. 

County of Shelbdrnk. — District of SheJbitme. — Joseph Walters, 
Wm Herkins, Jno G. N. Dall, Wm Dunlap, Jas W. Smith, Robert G. 
Irwin, George A. Cox, John A. McGowau, Elisha W. Perry, Robert 
Watson Freeman, James Bower, John Bower, Edward P. Greenwood, 
Simeon Harding, Amos Ilagar, Robert Henry Bolman, James Leslie 
McAlpine, John E. DcMolitor, James E. Richardson, James Lewis 
McKay, John Carte n, Philip E. C. Bower, Ebenezer W. Harrington, 
Adam B. Hamilton, William Firth, Joseph E. Lloyd, Jos McKay. 
District of Barringlon.—W. H. Coffin, F. W. Homer, T. W. Watson, 
J. B. Lawrence, D. Sargent, T. L. Banks, Jas L. Swain, Wm B. 
Smith, J. O. Crowell, A If Smith, H. Chute, George Wilson, Jos Watt, 
J. M. Shand, Vincent Nickerson. J, C. Atkinson, W. H. Matheson, ; 
Isaiah Smith, Dav K. Smith, Jas R. King, John Nickerson, John j 
Harden, D. G. Daley. Abram Ross, John Cunninyliam, N. N. Adams, i 
B. F. Kenney, R. McKinnon, Snow, Edwin T. Ferguson, James W. 
Smith, James L. Nickerson. 



County of Victoria. — Charles J. Campbell, Baddeck ; Alex 
McLeod, English Town ; John A. Fraser, Boulardarie ; Donald ' 
McLean, Wm McLean, George Ingraham, Lauchlan McPhaden, ' 
Baddeck ; Angus Mclvor, South Side Little Narrows ; Rod 
McRae, Bay St I^wrence ; Angus Buchanan, North Shore St. \ 
Anns, Kenneth Buchanan, Glen; Jno W. Burke, Ingoniah ; Angus i 
Cameron, Ingouish; Sainl (!. Campbell, St. Pauls Island; Jesse j 
Roper, Cape North ; Neil McAskiil, Cape North ; Neil Morrison, j 
Cape North ; Alex McKay, Big Baddeck ; Murdoch McKay, Big i 

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Baddeck; Jno J. McCabe. BacMeck; Jno M. Ltinan. Middle River; Ed 
McLeod Middle Kiver; Kenneth McDonald Middle Rivor ; Donald 
Mcliae, Middle Hivrr; Donald VlrQuarry, Mid. lie River; Charles 
Criinphell, Big Inttrval Grand Narrows; A. B. McDouhM, Meat 
Cove; John (i. MiKinnon, Bi/ Interval Grand Narrows; Knpert 
Zwicker. Cape North ; John McDonald, North Riv- r, St. Anns ; 
John McLt'od Mnnroes P. int ; A. B. Morrison. English Town; 
Hen F«)ylc, Baddick; Hector McNeil, Grand Nmrows; Jno S. McNeil, 
Grand NarrowH; Ani,'»f McI»'or, Grand Narrows; Kenneth McKenzie, 
Boulardnrie ; Dniican McAskill Enjjii.sh Town; Jno Morris ^n Sonth 
Giu; Donald J. McKae, Boniardane; llnyh McAskill, Little Narrows; 
Ed W. McCnrdv, Baddcck ; Dun McKao Middle River; Pryin Hnll, 
Baddeck ; Mal'i(dm McLcod, Nort'i Shore; Murdoch McKensIe, 
MunrofS r^oint, St. Anns ; ( "harles McDonald, Baddeck Bay • Ciihs L. 
Canji'h II, New Canjiibcllton Mine; David McCuni", Baddeck; 
Donald McKenzie, Boulai-^arie ; Chas R. Hart. Caddeck ; (^^harles 
McRae, MidcJJe River; Leonard McLeod, M'ddle Kiver; Don Walker, 
McKinnons Interval ; Alex McLeod, En^jlislj Town; I3uncan Kerr, 
Boulardarie ; Joha McLean. Eiij:li>h T»)wu ; Ro?>t I) Campbell, Cape 
North ; Jostph Heden, Cape Norrli; Johu Munroe. Eel Cove St. Anns ; 
Duncan McLeod, North Shore; Donald McLeod, Wi liain's Son, liitffe 
Nairows; Duncan McDonald, Knglish Town ; Allan McMillan, Upper 
Baddeck ; Donald E. .VlcRae, Baddeck; An<;us McKenzie, North River 
St. Anns; Daniel Livinjr^ton, Bij; Bras Doi, Boulaniaiie ; Peter S. 
McLeaw, Wasiiaback ; Philip McDonald, Tbos S. McLean, Baddeck; 
John Campbell, SonJi Gut ; D. J. McLeod, North Kiver ; D. McLean, 
Hunters Mt.; M. McLearj, Neil W, McKenzie, Wa^haback ; John 
McDonald, Baddeck ; John L. Bethune, Baddeck ; John W. Campbell, 
Middle River; Duncan McLennan, Middle River; James C. McDon- 
ald, McKinnons Interval ; Norman McMuban, Bij? Harbour; Kenneth 
McKitchie, VVashaback Kiver; Roderick Beaton, St Patricks Cha nel; 
Kenneth McLeod, Midtlle River; Alex McDonald. Ship Yard; 
Murdoch McDonald, Little Narrows ; Kenneth J. McKay, Baddick; 
Arthur W. McCurdy, Baddeck; James McDonald, Washabuckt; Jas 
Maloney, Dingwall ; Frank Ferguson, Baddeck ; John E. McLeod, 
Ingonish; Allan L. McLean, Upper Baddeck; Donald Smith, Green's 
Cove; Don Morrison, (John's son) North Gut, St. AniiS ; Stephen L. 
Tingley, Aspy Bay ; James C. Mackay, Baddeck ; Donald R. 
McDonald, Boulardarie; Michael E. McNeil, Ingonish; Alexander 
S. McDonald, Baddeck; Lauehlan Beaton, Boulardarie; A, B. 
McDonhld, Meat Cove ; William McDonald Big, Bras Dor; John H. 
McDonald, Little Crossing ; John G. Morrison, Engiishtown. 

County of Yarmouth — District of Yarmouth. — Nathan Hilton, 
18.54 ; Georye Crosby, Nelson Corning, John Reynard, 1859 ; Charles 
Steele, Charles Tedfoid, 1864; Stephen Patten, K. T. Crosby, Jona- 
than Randall, John A. Hatfield, 1866 ; Samuel Hamilton, '867 ; 
Jacob Landers J. W. Moody, James Durkee, Charles E. Brown, 
1869 ; J C Anderson, S. M Ryerson, B. P. Ladd, Nathan Lewis, T. 
Mi Lewis, 1870; T. B. Crosby, Wm. V. Brown, Frank Killain, 
Chandler Bobbins, Ansel Robbins, 1871 ; R. K, Rose, E. E. Archibald, 
1872; W. H. Moody, W. D. Lovitt, Richard C. Cann. Wm. Law, 
Thomas Killam, Charles Cahan, jr , 1873; J. C. Blackadar, Ira 
Porter, John Murphy, D-iniel McLauyhlin, Amos Hilton, 1874 ; J. R. 
Kinney, Ansley Porter, David Crosby, Nathan B. Lewis, W. S. 



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Porter, 1875 ; E. E. Ring, Wm. Burrlll, jr., 1876 ; G. R. Smith, 8 J. 
Httfield, 1877 ; H. H. Crosby, James J. Levitt, James Crosby, 1878 ; 
E. S. Williams, Abr Thurston. J. W. H. Rowley, W. H. Cook, Francis 
G Cook, James F. Scott, 1879; Barnard E. Roijers, 1881 ; John 
Lovitt, 188.3 ; A. F Honeman, James C. Bent, Bcnj Annis, 1885; 
De nis F. Scovill, 1886 ; John 8. Cook, Whitman Bntler, EdwardF. 
Parker, Geo G. Sanderson, Richard N. Crosby, 1887 ; Edgar Cros'iy, 
George E. Lavers, Hiram Goud«y, Samuel C. Haley, 1888 ; Stephen 
B. Murray, Comfort Clements, Joso()h H. Crosby, Samuel A. BHin, 
Freeman C. Gardner, Norman C. Stricklrtnd, Moses E. Saunders, 
Henry Burrill, jr., 1889. District of Argylp.—VQtar 8. D'Entremo-t, 
Michael Snreite. 18'>6 ; Wm. D'Entremont, 1858; Jerem Sims, Euos 
Gardner, Potor Syrette, (). W. Slocomb, Cyrillo Babin, Louis B. 
D'Entitmont, John B White. 1859; J I. Bland, K^6l ; John Car- 
land, 1864 ; Philip Hilton, 1865 ; Albert Gayton, James H. McLaren, 
1866 ; Jacob Flint, Matthew Jeffry, Simeon Gardner, 1869 ; Jeremiah 
Murphy, James Doucett, 1879 ; James D'Entremon-, ^1871 ; Jas, A. 
Hatfield, An«elm O. Porter, Thomas Hatfield,. Dennis Surette, Eli 
Porter, 1872; Nathaniel Travis, Milford Sims, Clwrles D'Entremont, 
1873 ; John Gordon. James Amiro, Lemuel Hamilton, 1874 ; Wm. 
H. Giivel, 1876 ; Job Sterns Blauretl, 1877 ; David L. Porter, 1878 ; 
Allan S. Lent, 1880 ; Jackson Richer, 1882 ; Zachary Surette, Plaeide 
Surette, James A. Babin, 1883 ; Adolphus S. Lent, Henry L. D'fJn- 
tiemont, 1884 ; Louis P. LeBlanc, Louis T Bourque, 1885 ; Charles 
Andrews, Joseph Bourique, E. C. Simonson, 1887 ; Ado^hus S. 
Portier, 1888 ; Vincent Richard, Tusket Wedge, 1889. 



MUNICIPAL COUNCILLORS. 

County of Annapolis. 

Ward No 1, Reis Baker and W G. Holland; No 2, Ansley 
Elliott ; No 3, Edwin J Ellotf, ; No 4, Alfred Vidito ; No 5, George 
Leitch ; No 6, S. W. W. Pickup ; No 7, Daniel Cronin ; No 8, James 
P. Roop; No 9, H. H. Chute; No 10, James J. Ritchie, Jr., and Wm. 
C. Healy; No II, John W. Piggott; No 12, B. H. Parke- ; No. 13, 
Henry Merry ; No 14, William Rowter; No 15, Joseph Buckler. 

County of Antigonish. 

District No 1, H. R. McAdam ; No 2, John A. Gillis; No 3, 
Dougald McDonald ; No 4, Angus Mclsaac and Allan McDonald ; No 
5, Archd. Cameron ; No 6, Angus McDonald ; No 7, John Chisholm ; 
No 8, John McKeough: No 9, John Corbet; No 10, Jno. R. 
McDonald ; No 11, John McDonald. 

County of Cape Breton. 

District No 1, South Bar, Wallace Richardson ; No 2, Ball's 
Creek Robert Jackson ; No 3, Mira, N H. McNeil; No 4, Sydney 
Mines, John MoCormick ; No. 5, Mainadieu. Donald McDougMl ; 
No 6, Louishurg, H. C. LeVatte; No 7, GabaruS; John Hardy, No 8, 
f^ast Bay, Daniel McLean ; No 9, Boisdale, Joseph H. McKinnon ; 
No 10, Boulardarie, Mnrdock McKenzie; No 11, Bridgeport, Henry 
McDonald ; No 12, Cow Bay, Robert Anderson ; No 13, Big Pond, 
M. E. Gillis; No 14, Grand Narrows, J. A. McDougall ; No 15, 



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Catalone, Donald Morrison; No 16, Mira Ferry, AngUR McDougrtll, 
No 17, Grand Mira, D. M. Gillis ; No 18, Sydney Forks Alexr. 
Crtmphell ; No \J. North Side East Bay, Anmm Curry ; No 20, Low 
Point, James Katchford ; No 21, Loch Lomond, Neil Morrison. 

Ojunty of Colchester. 

District No 2. Clifton, George Creolninn ; No 3, BroolcHold, 
James Grnham ; No 4, Lower Siewincke, WrII. Hoggi' and Anthony 
Smirh ; No 5, Middle Sfewiaoke, John Dickey : No 6. Upper 
Stewi.icke, (west) J. S. Tupper ; No 7, Salmon River, H. H. Katon ; 
No 8, Kem|)town, Alex. McKny ; No 9, Eailtown, Gillurt Sutherland; 
No 10, Waugh's River. Thomas Wntj<rh ; N<> II, Tatnm igouche, J. 
W. Cassidy ; No 12, New Annan, Wm. Croighton ; No 13, North 
River, HaJph Jolinsfon ; No 14, Lower Onslow, (Jeoruro F. Crowe ; 
No 15, Upper Londonderry, J. C. Crowe; No 16, Middle London- 
derry, Samuel Lind^oy ; No 17, Lower LondnndiM-ry, Reuben 
Starrett ; No 18. Economy, T. Dcnsmore ; No 19, Five Islands, W. 
H. McLellan ; No 20, Upper Stewiacke, (east), Sydney Smith, No 
21, Acadia Mines, G W. Cox ; No 22, Tatamagouchc, (west), James 
Clarke. 

County of Cumberland. 

District No 1, Joshua Black, Edmund J. Embrce, Wm. Holmes; 
No 2, M. C. Halliday, No .3, S. Oxley, Geo. Hunter; No 4, Andrew 
Taylor; No 5, Job Seunan; No 6, H. W. Baker, No 7, Alex. 
Wilson, D. Redmond; No 8, Alonzo Smith, Frank Dobson ; No 9, 
Albert Bigney ; No 10, Nathan Duflf; No 11, N. H. Upham, D. K. 
Holmes, No 12, Charles Smith; No 13, E. Howard; No 14, 
Leander Treen ; No 15, Al«x. McDonald ; No 16, William Hall. 

Municipality of Digby. 

District No 1, Hillsburgh, Alpheus Marsliall ; No 2, Brighton, 
Nathaniel R. Westcott; No 3, Digby, George J Letteney, J. Edgar 
Jones, M. D. ; No 4, Sandy Cove, Angus M. Gidney ; No 5, Freeport, 
Nathan T. Thurber ; No 6, Westpoit, Jiimes A Peters; No 7, 
Plymptom, Eben N. Everitt ; No 8, Weymouth, Edward Hogan ; No 
13, Tiverton, Charles T; Ryne ; No 15, Rossway ; Charles H. Denton; 
No 16, Smith's Cove, Frank Jones 

District of Clare. 

District No 9, St Barnard, (miles P. Gandet; No 10, Church 
Point, J. B Belleveau aud Jerimio Gaudet ; No 1 1, Meteghau, A H, 
Comeau, (Warden), and J. A. Robicheau ; No 12, Salmon River, 
Wm Foley ; No 14, New Tusket, John G. Nowlau. 

Municipality of Guysboro. 

District No 1, Guysboro, A. J. (). Maguire and John McG. 
Cunningham ; No 2, Intervale, James Connolly ; No 3, Manchester, 
William G. Simpson; No 4, Melford, John M. Grant; No 5, Crow 
Harbor, John Elder; No 6, Canso, C. H. Whitman ; No 7, Country 
Harbor, David Hudson ; No II, White Head, Almon B. Feltmate ; 
No 14, Salmon River, Thomas O'Neill ; No 15, Isaac's Harbor, Peter 
Sinclair; No 16, New Harbor, John J. Sangster ; No 17, Tracadie, 



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Thornan McDonald; No 19, Liirrv'H Hivor, Frederick A. Mahonoy ; 
No 21, Port Mul^rnve, Tliomas IVfay. 

District of St. Mary's. 

District No 8, Shcrl)r()ok<\ A. F. Catnoron, Alex McDonald ; No 
9. MinieJofepli, (icorire E. rul)'icover ; N<i 10, Forks, William F'isher, 
No 12, Indian llailfor, John UilliH ; No 1.3, Caledonia, Alex Hattie ; 
No 18, GoHhon, Alex Sitrclair; No 20, [Jsoomltc, James Homlow. 

« County of Halifax. 

DiH'rict No 7, Ilorring Cove John TIays, J. V. ; No 8, Poringacso 
Cove, Jno Fuj^nn ; No 9, SninTiro, Rnfnn Grav ; No 10, Upper 
Prospect, Gcorce J Lont'ard, J 1*. ; No 1 1, Hackett's (^)vc, TIioh E. 
rhnsc. M. D ; No 12, Fn-ncli Villafxc. Alvan HiiMcy, J. V. ; No 13, 
SpryfieUI, Richard Hishnp ; No 14, N W. Arm. Jh>* Hilimiin ; No l.^, 
Bedford, Thos S I)()nnl(ts(in ; No Ifi, Hammond's 1*1. tins, Amos 
'Ihoma^i ; No 17. Sackville. Geo 11. Kerr; No 18, Wavoriev, B. C. 
Wilson, J. P. ; No 19, Gay's River, Norman Lofjnn ; No 20, Meauher's 
Grant, Kzekiei Sihlev, J. P. ; No 21. Mi-idle Mn^qnodoboit, John H. 
Tiivlor, J. P ; No 22 Upper Mnsipiodohoit, J. Sprott Stewart. J. P. ; 
No. 2-3, Lower Prospect, J. H. Bartlett, J P.; No 24, Moser s River, 
A'ex W. Smith ; No 2.5, Sheet Harbor, Orestes P. FrnsiT ; No 26, 
Tanfrier. Henry i\lcK'iizie; No 27. Jeddore, John A. Blakeney, No 
28 Chezzeteook, Daul Ivipicrre ; No 29, Ltwren'-etow^i, ,Jas H. 
Sellars. J. P. ; No 30. Preston, Jos'|>h 'Ihom.is ; No 31, Cole Harbor, 
J-din G. Bissett, J. P. ; No 32, Hubbard's Cove. J. hn E Shaifbrd^ J. 
P ; No 33 Kastern Passsape, Jos Himinelman ; No 34. Salmon River, 
Tlioinas O'Learv. J. P.; No 3.i. Little lUvtr, Wm. Bun is; No 36, 
MusquodoI)oit Harbor, Jno Smith ; No 38, Dover, Wm Baker. 

County of Hants, (West.) 

District No 1, Windsor: Wm Sharp; No 2, St Croix, Jas C. 
Spence, F. H. Chainber^ : No 3, Brooklyn, T. W. Cochran, G. L. 
Gilison ; No 4, Scotch Village. John Pools; No .5, Falmouth, Geo. 
Akins ; No 6, Kempt, Natian Wilcox, Jas R. Mosher; No. 12, Forks, 
Geo Vauiihan ; No 16, Hantsport. W. A. Por.'^^r ; No 17, Avundale, 
Wm H. Knowles ; No 18, Burlington, Geo Harvie. 

County of Hants, (East ) 

District No 7. Rawdon, North. John W. Bond ; No 8, Rawdpn, 
South, Benjamin Blois ; No 9 Noel, D.miel Morrison and Milton 
O'Brien ; No 10, Nine Mile River, Jas A Thompson and P. M. 
Fie'ding ; No 11, Maitland, Adam Roy, Gilmonr McDougall and 
Lockhart I-iwrcnce ; No 13. Shubenacadie, A. Kirkpatrick and F. 
P. McH.ffey; No 14-, Walton, Michael Terbune ; No 15, Gore, 
Michael Wallace. 

County of Inverness. 

District No 1, Port Hastings, Flenry A Archibald and Hugh 
.McMaster; No. 2, Judique, Duncan McDonald and Allan McLellan ; 
No 3, River Inhabitants, John B McLellan ; No 4, Port Hood, 
Alexander J. MacDonald; No. 5, Mabou, Lewis McKeen ; No 6, 



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Strntlilorno, Alexander Kennpdy ; No 7. Rrotd Cove Mar«h. Antrus 
McLennnn, M. I).; No 8, Mirgano. John I*. MrFarlano; No 9, S. 
W. Mar^aiee, An^jus ColUnH ; No 10, N. K. Mnrirnroe. A. 0. 
Cflrmichael, M. I). ; No. II, Choticimp, Luzrtre LeRlnnc nod Patrick 
Cormier ; No 12, VVhwcocomnjrli. Neil McAnla.v ; No 1.3, Hivor 
Dennis, Allan McLennan ; No 14 KaHt Lake Ain-tlio, Noil McMillnn ; 
No 1.5, West Lake Ainslie, Antfus McCorin ick ; No 16. Wc^'t Bay, 
Donald Macdonnld ; No 17, (lioncne. Alex 11. McDonahl ; N(» 18, 
Sonth Side Whyco<omaj;li, Malcolm Cannron ; No 19, Poplar Grove, 
Alexander CHineron ; No 20, rita.sant Bay, Angus Mclniosh. 

County of Kings. 

Ward No I, f^mninp, Jonathan E. Steilc, I). M. Dickie ; No 2, 
Chnrch St. John P. Lyons ; No .3, Centrcvillc, W, E Roscoe ; No 4, 
Lak«'vi;lc J. N. Fitclt, M D. ; No .5, Somerset. Tlios 11. Mor^e ; No 
6, Keiiiville, Henrv Pattcr>on. Ainslcy Bishop; No 7, Gawpcrcanx, 
W. R. Andeison;"No 8, WolfVille. A. doW. Batss ; No 9. Fl'.rton 
Landinp. K. G Currv ; No 10, Kincton, Hc-iry Kwin«r ; No 11, 
Dalhonsie, Theop G. Vlack ; No 12, Ayl^-sfo'd,' W JL L Foster; No 
13, Waitrville, Nolde J Lvoim ; No 14, Harhorville, Chas O. Cuok. 

County of Lunenburg. 

District No I, Lnne'ib'irir, JiimesH Brown, Joseph Slioop ; No 
2, Ritcey's Cove, Rnlus Mobsman ; No 3, Block house, L-'wis Knaur, 
Nathan el Heht) ; No 4, Upper LiiHa*e, Jumcs K Dmiphitiee ; No .5, 
New Germany, Willinm 11 DcF..)ii<;. A hert J. DeLonir ; No 8, Petite 
Riviere, W. S. Drew ; No 9, Bridjre water, Georpc H Wc-t W. J. 
Wintzell ; No 10, Tancouk, Amos lluhley ; No 13, ConqHerall, James 
McKeen. 

District of Chester. 

No 6, Chester, J. K. Wliitford, (Warden;. J. A Webber; No 7, 
New Ross, Joseph Sker:y , No II, Mill Cove, Gcorpe Yonnu' ; No 12, 
Blandford, Peter Boutilier; No 14, West Siiore, David Vcinot. 

County of Pictou 
Dwrrict No 1, Fisher's Grmt and Pictou Islnnd, A. C. Bell ; No 

2, Cariltoo, Hugh McKtiizie ; Nt) 3, Cape John, James Ritchie ; No 4, 
River Jof-n Ar-hihald McKen/.ie ; No .5, West Hra-ich, (\. J. VIcKav; 
No 6, Dalhousie, Alexander MeKenzie ; No 7, Hardwood Hill, J.nn.ifc 
Cnmphell ; No 8, Green Hill and West River. Hutrb S. Fraser ; No 9, 
Mouut Thorn, Colin Frnser ; No 10, Mill Brook, Geo H Sutherlano ; 
No 11, New Lairg, (leo M. Mackay ; No 12, A*>ercromhie and Gran 
ton, D.-iniel De-mond ; No 13, Fri»e<'8 Monntiiin and (/hmchville, 
John Murray; No 14, Little Harbor, Robt McNeill; No 15, 
MirLellan's Mountain and I'horburn, John McDonald; No 16, East 
River, Evan J. Ross; No 17, Hopewell, John Cumming ; No 18, 
Middle River, Neil Matheson ; No 19, Bailey's Brook, John A. 
Murray ; No 20, BarneyV River, Robert Dewar ; No 21, Meriyomish, 
W. C Oldiui;; No 22, Garden of Edeu, Ro<lk McDoupali ; No 23, 
Weaiville, John F. Oliver, No 24, French River, John D. Fraser; 
No 25, Steliarton, Alex Grant. 

County of Queens. 
District No 1, Stephen C. Tupper ; No 2, Nathan Payzant ; No 

3, J. W. Clancy ; No 4, Isaiah Leslie; No 5, Thaddeus Kempton ; 



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No 6, JamcH MrLpod ; No 7, Henry A. Monzar ; No 8, Samue! F. 
Foster: No 9, Frederick Stodrnin ; No 10, Alhcrt W Morton ; No ll, 
Wm S. Cro^ke/; No 12, Kd^or Smith ; No i:), Natlmniol lliirlow. 

Oounty of Richmond. 

District No I, Ariclint, Francis L Malznril ; No 2, I'etit do Grat, 
Joseph 11 Thomson ; No 2. D'KHCouse, AImx E. Morrison ; No 4, 
Hiver InhnhirantH, Kdwiird I'roctor ; No 5, Black River, Willirtm 
Cnldor ; No 6, River Hour^^eoiHo. Kdward Miiddon ; No 7, St l*«ter'8, 
Rodk G. MorrlHon ; No 8, Red Isltinds, John I. JohnHon ; No 9, 
Grnnd River, John Mnrchison ; No 10. L'Ardoi.se, D.)n M. Shuw ; 
No II, West Arichat, JcfTri'y lioBlanc; No 12, Loch Lomoud, William 
Chishoim ; No 13, FamhoiHO, Norman McAskill. 

County of Shelburne. 

District No 1. Clyde and N. E. Harbor, Joseph H. McKay, E. W. 
I'errv ; No. 2, Roseway and Chnrchover, J. E. Wultars ; No .T, 
Sholhurne and Sand Point, E. J. Miirpby, John McKenzic ; Ohio and 
Upper Clyde, Jamea Hower; No f), J«)rdan River, R. W. Freemun ; 
No 6, Lockeport and Brighton, J. E. Lloyd, W. W. Kenny; No 7, 
Lewis Head and Sable River, Simeon Decker, Alexander Harlow. 

DiBtriot of Barrington. 

District No 6, Wood'.M Harbor J«>hn Marden, Shajj Harbor, 
Theodore Nickerson ; No 6, Cape Island; Win B. Smith ; No 7, Jolm 
B. Lawrence and J. N. Janks ; No 8. Andrew Reynolds ; No 9, Port 
Clyde, J. D. Densraore, M. D. ; Cape Islands, A. C. Ross. 

Oounty of Victoria. 

District No I, Grand Narrows, R. A. McNeil ; No 2, Middle 
River, Farquhnr McRae ; No 3, Baddock, M. H. McKenzie; No 4, 
North Gut, John Morrison ; No 5, English Town, Duncan McAskill ; 
No 6, Bonlardarie, Donalii McKenzie ; No 7, Ingonish, T. D. Curtis, 
No 8, Cape North. William Hellen ; No. 9, Bay St. Lawrence, John 
Burton ; No 10, North Side Little Narrows, Alex McDonald; No 11, 
North Shore, Rodk McLeod : No 12, Now • Campbellton, C. L 
Campbell ; No 13, North River, Donald M. Ritchie ; No 14, South 
Si(fle Little Narrows, M. S McAulay ; No l.^, New Haven, M. G. 
McLeod; No 16, Upper Baddeck, M. E. McKay, No 17, Big Bras 
d'Or, John Patterson; No 18, Washaback, H. P. McNeil. 

Oounty of Yarmouth. 

District No I, Edwin Crosby; No 2, Richard Hatfield; No 3, 
Moses E Sanders ; No 4, Alfred Perry ; No 5, Nathaniel E Patton ; 
No 6, William Coming ; No 7, James Burrill : No 8, George W. 
Johnson ; No. 9, Joseph R. Wyraan ; No 10. Arthur W. Eakius ; No 
11, Nrtthan B. Lewis; No 12, Edward Hilton; No 13, Abrara M. 
Hatfield. 

District of Argyle. 

District No ,5, Tusket Wedge, Anselm O. Porter ; No 6, Tusket, 
E. C. Simonson, Lizen V. Porter; No 7, Argyle, O. W. Slocomb, 
(Warden) ; No 8, Pnbnico, Gervais D'Eutremont ; No 9, Kemptville, 
Samuel W. Hamilton. 



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DOMINION OPPICBRS. 



Financial Department— Nova Scotia Branch. 

Assistant Receiver General, J. R. Wallace. Accountant, Lewis Parker. 

Savings* Bank. — Manaiier, J. R. Wallace. Accountant, A C. 
Johnstone. Rrc. Teller, J. H. Balcom. Pay. Teller, J. T. Lithgow. 
Clerk, J. P Dillon. 

Agencies of Dominion Savings* Bank. 



Acadian Mines, George Romans. 
Amherst. C. H. R<Mit. 
Ant'ujonish, Miss M. K. Henry. 
Annapolis, W. M. DcBlois. 
Arirhdt, V. Gruchy. 
Bnddeck, Join McDonald, (acting) 
Ban-ingfon, F. W. Homer. 
Bridf/ewater, Wrn. M. DufE. 
Giiyshoro, George E Jost. 
Kentcille, John Re<lil( n. 
Liverpool, Hobie Sterns. 
Lunenburg, J. Movie Rudolph. 
Maitland, (J. P McDougall. 

Immigration Office — Agent, Edwin McC. Clay, Halifax. 

Inspector of Steamers for Nova Scotia and New Bruns- 
wick — Douglas Stevin.s, Hali ax, N. S 

Inspector of Hulls for Dominion — C. R. Coker. 

Port of Halifax — Inspecting Physician, ($1,000) W. N. Wickwire, 
M. D. Port Warden,CfL\yX David Hunter. Harbour Master, C&T^iEdiyi 
O'Bryan. Shipping Master, Howaid Bligh. 



New fj'lasgow, John Cameron. 
Parrsboro, A. S. Townshend. 
Port Hood, E D. Tremain. 
Pictou, Alex. C. Baillie. 
Sherbrooke, Thos. Campbell. 
Shelburne, W. W. Atwood. 
Stfdney, I). G. McDonald. 
Sf/dney Mines, Coru'ls l^ouahue 
Truro, C E. Cutten. 
WidlaC'', J. W. Morris. 
Weymouth, N. B. Jones. 
Yarmouth, J. W. H. Rowley. 



INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT. 



Inspector for Nova Scotia, R. Borradailb. 




Collectors, Yarmouth, H. D. Munro; Amherst, C. E. Ratchford ; 
Truro, H. C. Blair; Weymouth. N. B Jones. 

Pictou — Collector, 3. H McKay. Excise Officer, George J. Campbell. 

North Sydnet — Collector, M. A. McDonald. 

Excise Duties. 

Beer, brewed in whole or in part from any other substance 

than malt 4 cts per gal 

Cigars, of all kinds, Foreign $6. 00 per lUOO 

" made from Canadian Leaf, 3.00 per 1000 

Malt let per lb 



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Spirits, Manufactured from Raw or Un -malted Grain . . 81.30 

" '• " Malted Barley, no Excise or Cus- 

toms Duty having been paid. . t.32 
" " " Molasses, Syrup or Sugar (in bond) 1.33 

Petroleum Free 

" Inspectors' fees— Packages over 20 gals 10 cts per pckge 

" " " under 20 gals i ot per gal 

Spirits, proof $1.30 per gal 

Tobacco and SnufF 20 cts per lb 

Common Canada Twi.st, called tobac blmc en tor quette, 

made from tobacco the growth of Canada 5 cts per lb 

Vinegar.. 4 cts per gal 

Methylated Spirits, proof 15 cts per gal 

Iiicenses. ' 

Bonded Manufactures annually, S50 

Brewers ... 50 

Distillers or Rectitiers 250 

Compounding, 60 

Maltsters — 4cla8s,5')0to 1000 centals malt per month, 50 

3 1000 to 1500 100 

2 1500 to 2000 .. 150 

1 2000 and upwaid ' ' 200 

Tobacco Manu cturers 76 

Bonding Warehouse i»> 80 

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

Inspectors. — Halifax, J. B. Ryan, 4 George Street: Sydney, L. 
E. Tremaine; Pictou, J. McKay; Yarmauth, Charles Allison. 



Inspection of Fish and Oils. 

Inspectors — County of Hn'ifix, Edmund Ryan; Yarmouth, Robert 
Brown; Guysboroiigh, Wni G. Scott, jr. ; i>'t. Mary's Bay, Henry Redmond; 
Richmond, .Maurice J. Kavanagh; Isie Madame, E E Binett; Colchester, I. 
B. Flemming; Annapolis, Israel Letting; Victoi-i', J. A. Matheson; Inter' 
ness, A. B. Skinner; Cape Breton, George Scott; Antiyonish, Placide 
Chrispo ; Lunenburg, Geo Dares. 

Pees for Inspection, Act 27 Victoria, Chap. 45, 1874. 

For each tierce of Salmon, salmon-front or .sea-trout, fifteen cents. 
For each half tierce of salmon, salmon-trout or sea trout, ten cents. 
For eacii barrel of salmon, salmon trout or sea- rout, fifteen cents. 
For each half-barrel of salmon, salmon-trout or sea-trout, ten cents. 
F^or each barrel of mackerel, ten cents. 
F'or each lialf-barrel of mackerel, five cents. ^ 

For each barrel of herring, seven cents. 
For each half-barrel of herring, four cents. 
For each quarter birrel or kit, one and one half cents. 
For eac h barrel of shad, ten cents. 
For each half-barrel oi shad, seven cents. 
For each barrel of whitefi-ili. ten cents. 
For eacli li iK-barrel of wliitetiHli, woven cents. 

Foroiich barrel of pickled codfich, hake, haddock or calfish, five cents 
For each hall-barrel ditto, three cents. 

For each barrel of dry-'«alted codfish, hake, haddock, catfish, ling or 
pollock, five cents. 
For each half-barrel ditto, three cents ' , 

For each barrel of bans, ten cent* ... - " ' 



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For each lialf-barrel buss, seven cents. 

For each barrel of cort tongui's, cod sounds, hallibut or eob, ten cents. 

For ea<h liaK-barrel ditto, seven cents. 

For each l)i«rrel smoked herring, ten cents. 

For each box smoked herring, one cent. 

For each half box ditto, half cent. 

For e«ch qu irter box ditto, quarter cent. 

For inspecting, gauging and branding each puncheon of oil, twenty cts. 

For inspecting, gauging and branding each hogshead of oil, fifteen ceuts. 

For inspecting, cauirmg and branding each tierce of oil, twenty cents. 

For inspecting, guuicuig and branding each barrel of oil, fifteen cents. 

The foregoing rates shall bo reckoned exclusive of salt, pickle, cooper- 
age, storage and labor employed in washing, rinsing, cleaning, nailing, 
screwing or re-packing and pickling any fish. 

For branding or marking NewioundlanJ fish which h»ve been inspected 
in Newlouudland two cents per barrel. 

For inspecting empty packages, one cent. 



Gas Inspection, 

Under Act 49 Victoria, Chap. 101, 1886, provision is made for the 
Inspection of Gas, which in Canada is to be of the illuminating 
power of sixteen candles. Apparatus for testing and analysing the 
Gas supplietJ to Halifax, has been fitted up at 4 George Street. 
Inspector/or Nova Scotia, Archibald Miller. 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. 



Inspector for Nova Scotia, W. H. Hill, Halifax, N. S. 

Amherst — Collector, W. D. Main. Appraiser, C. E. Ratchford. 
Out Ports — ^V>-Cw//ec/o7s, Pugwash, J. H. Black; Wallace, 0. E Kerr; 
Joggins, J. Mofltatt; Tidnish, Thos R. Lowe ; Northport, J. M. Burns. 

Annapolis — Collector, Augustus Fullerton; Out Ports-Sub- Collectors, 
Clementsport, G. F. Ditmars ; Thome's Cove, E. H. Porter. 

Antigonish — Collector, A. Boyd. Out Ports — Sub-Collectors, Bay 
field or Little River, E. G. Randall; Harbour au Bouche, E. Corbett. 

AuiCHAT — Collector, R. Benoit. Out Ports — Sub Collectors, St. 
Peter's, Donald Urquhart; River Bourgeois, Wra S.Boyd; L'Ardoise, 
W. Brymer. 

Baddeck — Collector, J. McDonald, acting. Out-Porfs-Sub-Cdlectors, 
Great Bras d'Or, Donald Campbell ; St. Ann's, D. McAuley ; Aspey 
Bay, David McDonald ; Ingonish, Jas Shea. 

Barrington — Collector, D, Sargent. Out Port — Sub- Collector, Port 
LaTour, J. W. Taylor ; Landing Waiter, Cape Sable Island, Seth 
Smith. 

Bridgetown — Collector, S. S. Ruggles. Out Port — Sub- Collector ^ 
Port Lome, W. Graves. 

DiGBY — Collector, J. Viets. Out Ports — Sub- Collectors, Bear River, 
J. Troop ; Sandy Cove, E. McKay ; Westport, B. H. Ruggles ; 
Freeport, J. Thurber. 



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GuTSBORO — Collector, James A. Torey. Out Ports — Snh- Collector t, 
Isaacs Harbour, Joseph D. Giffin ; St. IVIary's River, A. F. Falcotior, 
Cape Canso, J. VV. Voiitiff; Liscomh. James Homlow; Preventive 
Stations ~-^\\\t«ihB7n\, J. H Feltmate; Country Harbour,!'. Milward; 
Crow Harbour, W. S. McKenzie; Sonora, H. McCutcheon. 

Halifax — Collector, W. D. Harrinfiton. Surveyor, W. A. Garrison. 
Registrar of Shipping, C. M. Almon. Chief Clerk, Jas. G. Morris. 
Cashier, James (^'Brien. Appraisers, D. Blackwood, R. N. Beckwith. 
Fred. B. Woodill. Assistant Appraiser, F O'Connor. Long Room 
Clerks, C W. Tapper, F. C. Stimpson, J. C. Davis. Chief Clerk 
Waiehouse Dent , John Eckersley. Clerks, Oswnld Pryor, W. M. 
Cronan. Clerks to Port Surveyor, J. F. Richardson, Arthur Fenetty, 
H. S. Creiffliton. Clerk to Registrar of Shipping, S. Crawibrd. 
Statistical Clerks, Thos Caldwell, H. B. Hatrarty. Xlessenger, William 
Blackm^in. Gangers and Proof Officers, C. Romans, A. Holiertson. 
Landing Waiters, G. A. V. Paw, T. P. Jost, J. M. Goldert, John W. 
Artz. Lofkf-rs, Norman McDona.d, J. F. Burnham, A. Fraser, R. W. 
Htidjrers, Wellwood Rivuolds, William Pitts, E. H. Barnstead, A. 
Caldwell, M. J. McCurdy, W. A Chipman, W. H. Bashford, Cyrus 
Huhlev. Tide Survei/or, A. Kelly. Tide Waiters, W. E. Shanks, 
Peter S. Mason, W. H Trider, William Berry, R. Carleion, Hujrh F. 
Hamilton, John R. Power, J. M. O'Donnell, Jnmes A. Mitchell, J. C. 
Ashwood, K. D. KeniiCdy, David Thomp^xon, J T. Edwards, A. 
Fleming, A. Laiiiieuburi;, INI. Dwyer, Joshua Jones, J. C. Archibald. 
P>eventivp Officer and Captain of Revenue Steamer Argus, D. C. Stuait. 
Engineer, W. D. Loyjan. Fireman, Khos Keedpach. Boatman, P. 
Howe, John Bwizley. Weighers, S. White, Nelson Conrod. Packers, 
M. E. Ktat' ig, Wsn Gleeson. 

Kentvii.i.k — Collector, F. C Rand. Out Ports — SuhCdlectors, 
Canada Creek, S. V. Rawding ; French Cross, J. E. Orpen ; Harbour- 
ville, H. Morris; Horton, J. B. Davison; Port Williams, G. S. 
Locjkwood ; Cornwallis, E. Harris. 

Liverpool 
Freeman 



Collector, J. H. Dunlap. Landing Waiter, N P. 



LocKEPORT — CoZ/ecior, Geo. Stalker. 

Lunenburg — Collector, Edw Dowling, Out Ports — Sub- Collectors, 
Chester, C. A Srt»ith ; La Have, Henry N. Reinhard ; Bridgewater, 
vacant ; Mahone Bay, B. Zw'cker. 

Margaretsville — Collector, D. W. Landers. Out Port — Sub-Col- 
lector, Port George, Chas Elliot. 

Parrsboro' — Collector, A S. Townshend. Clerk, E, Gillespie. 
Out Poits — Sub Collectors, Advocate Harbour, J. Ward ; Ratchford's 
River, F. F. Hatfield; Apple River, John Ward ; Five Islands, A. Y. 
Corbt'tt. 

PiCTOu— Collector. D. McDonald. Cle ks, J. A. Russell, G. E. 
inhnsfoii. Landing Wnifer — VV Connell, Out Poits — Sub-Collectors, 
Tatamagouche. J. A. C. Campbi'll ; Meriiromi^li, J). McGn'<.Mir ; New 
Gbi'^gow, J. F. McDonald; Acting Sub- Collector, River John, J. R. 
Henry. 



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Port IIawkesbuuv — 6W/pc/o/-,John Bonrinot. Out Port — Sub-Col- 
lector, Port HastingH, H. A. Forbes; Port Mulgrave, Oavid Murray. 

Port Hooi> — Collector, E. D. Trernain. Preventive Officers, Cheti- 
oanip, S. Au('(»in, J. M'-Farlnne; Mabou, W. Grant. Out Port — 
Sub- Collector, Margaree, M A. Dunn. 

Port Mijdway — Collector, E. E. Letson. 

Shklburne — Collector, W. W. Atwood. Out Port — Sub- Collector, 
Jordan Kiver, M. D. Mi-Kenzie. 

Sydnky — Collector, R. MrDonald. Landing Walter, C Mufjgah. 
Out I'orts — Sub Collectors, Louisbiirir P. O'To -le. Main a-dieu, G. 
WiKl)y; Little Glace Bay, C. H. Rif,'by ; Cow Bay, W. W. Bown ; 
Gabarus, li. McLi-an, 

North Svdxey — Collector, Alex Hamilton. Oat Port — Sub-Col- 
lector, Little Bras d'Or, P. Collins. 

Port of Truko — Collector, G. P. Nelson; Clerk, Henry Blair. Out 
Pt»rf— Clifton, Sub Collt-dor, James McCni'iiy. Out Por/s — London- 
dirry, G. MrLell.m ; Kconoiny, W. N. Fuhnore. Prerenlioe Officer, 
PriiK-epoit, Geo Creehnaii. 

^VEYMODTH — Collector, N. B Jones. Out Ports — Sub Collectors, 
AcMilie, A. Boiirnenf; Bidievein's Cove, J. V. Stuart; Port Gilbert, E. 

Sanderson; Meteghan, B A. Kobicheau. 

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Windsor — Collector, H. D. Ditnock. L'lndintj Waiter, J. Spcnce. 
0'(t Ports — Sub- Collectors, Cheverie, T. A. Malcorn; Haiitsport, J. W. 
Lawreiic; Walton, A. MN Parker ; Maitland, A. liov. Preventive 
Offir.tr, Noel, J. M. O'Brien. 

Yarmouth — Collector, W. if. Moody; Pel Surve}/or,Tho'i:. Bown. 
Cleric, W. McGill ; A/ii)tii<<er, W. L Crnpoell. (huvj-r, Musdtn 
(^.aldvvell. Lnch'r, i\ Ilo -itin-i. Out Ports — Suh-CollectO'S, Boa^r 
lliver, R. Perry; Pubtiico, P. S. D'Eiitreinont ; Tusket, A. S. Lout; 
Tiisket Wedge, D. L. Porter. 



TARIFF. 

Corrected to September, 1889. 



Add- 



P. c. 

Absinthe S2 i>er Oal 

Acid — Acetic 25 cts per I. U, and 20 

" Muriatic and Nitric. . .ad val. 20 

*' Oxalic Free 

" Boracic Free 

-Sulphiu'ic J cent per lb. 

Sul|>huric and Nitric, com- 
bined and all mixed 25 

ButCirboys and Demijohns 
cuiitaining Acids, Vinegar 
or other liquids), shall be 
subject to the same duty as 
if emjity 30 



p. c. 

Advertising Pamphlets, not illustrat- 
ed *1.00 per 100 

Advenisini,' Pictures, or Pictoii:il 
Show C.irds, illustrated advertising 
periodicals, i lustrated price lists, 
advertising almanacs, advertising 
calenders, and tailors' and mantle- 
makers' fashion plates, and all 
chromos, chromotypes, oleographs 
and other cards, pictures, or . 
artistic works of similar kinds pro- 
duced by any process other than 
hand painting or drawing, and 
being for business or advertising 



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P. c. 
purposes or not, printed or stamp- 
ed on paper, card board, or other 

material 6c. per lb. and 20 

A{fiiric— "D.\ «• Stuflf " Free 

A>fri( nlturai Implements, Mowinj; 
Machines, (ielf bindi <f harvesters, 
h'lrvesturs without i,. ulora.hiiidiii!; 
iittaehmeiits, reapers, sulky and 
'Vidkirig ploujfhs and ell other 
aijrlpultural machines and imple- 
ments not otherwise provided for. 35 

Alabaster, manufactures 30 

Ale, Beer and Porter, in bottles, (6 

quarts and 12 pints to I. G. .iSc.V I. G. 
Ale, Beer and Porter, in casks or 

otherwise than bottles. . .10c. per I. Q. 
Ale, Beer and Porter, barre s contain- 
injj bottled ale and porter are con- 
sidered packages for exportation 
only, and therefore free of duty. 

Albums, Photo '. . 35 

Ani,'ostora Bitters $1.90 per Gal 

Alkanet Root Free 

A Iocs Free 

Alum , Free 

Alum, powdered 20 

Alnminum Free 

Amberi^ris . . Free 

Ammonia, Snl))hate of Free 

Ammonia, Nitrate 20 

Anchors Free 

Anatom'cil pre[)arations Free 

Ani'.ine Salts Free 

Aniline Oyes, in bulk or packages of 

not less th.in one jmund wei.a'ht. . Free 
Aniline Dyes not otherwise provided 

for 10 

Aniline Oil, crude Free 

Animals, livimr of ail kinds, not else- 
where pp'-cified 20 

Anim Is for the improvement of 
Stock, viz : Hoi-ses. Cattle, Sheep 
and Swine, und-r re^rulations to 
be made by the Treasury Board, 
and approved by the Governor in 

Counc 1 Free 

Animals of all kinds when the 
natural product of the Colony ( f 

Newfoundland Free 

Animals bn >u^dit into C mada tenii)or- 
arily and for a period not eNceed- 
in;; three months, for the puipose 
of exhil>ition or competition for 
prizes offered by any A-rriculturnl 
or other Association, (but a bond 
shiill be first triv^n in accordance 
with regulations to be prescribed 
by the .Minister of Customs, with 
the condition that the full duty to 
which such animals wou d other- 
wise he liable, shall be pa d in case 
of their sale in Canada, or if not 
re-exported within the time speci- 
fied in such bond) Free 

Annato. liquid or solid, and Seed .... Free 

Anthracite Coal dust . Free 

Anise Free 

Anise, Star Free 



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Antimony Free 

Apples, dried 2 cents per lb. 

Apples, j^reen Free 

Apple Trees Free 

A pricots Free 

Apparel, wearing and other personal 
and hou:>ehold effects, not mer- 
chandise, of British subjects dying 
abroad, but domiciled in Canada. .Free 

Argols, dust and crude Free 

Arnica, extract of 

*1.90 per Imp. Gal. and 20 

.\rms, Clothin:;, Mil tary or Naval, 

Musical Instruments for Bands, 

Military Stores and Munitions of 

War for the use of the Army 

and Navy Free 

Arrowroot 20 

Arsenic Free 

Arseu'ate of Aniline Free 

Articles imported by and for the ? 
of the Dominion Oovernmci , r 
any of the Departments thereof, or 
Senate or House of Commons, 
includinir the fol'owin,' articles 
when imported by the said Govern- 
ment, or through any of the 
Dep I rtinents thereof for the u«e of 
the Canadian .Militia: — arms, nnli- 
t;iry clothing, musical instruments 
for Dands, military stores and 

mvmitions of war Free 

.Articles for personal use of (yonsuls 
General who are n itives or citizens 
of the country they represent, and 
who are not engaged in any other 

business or profession Free 

Artificial Flowers & Fe.ithcrs, N. E. S. 25 

Artificial Teeth 20 

Asbestos, in any form other than crude 25 

Ashes, Pot, Pearl or Soda Free 

Awnings and Tents 25 

Asphaltum mineral Free 

Atlases, with oi' without letter-p.ess 15 
.A.vlc-grease and similar compounds 

1 ct. per lb. 
Axes of all Kinds, adzea, hatches 

and hammers, N. E. S 85 

Axes, chopping $2 per doz. and 19 



Babbit Metal 10 

Bacon, fresh, silted, dried or 

smoked 2 cents per lb. 

Bagatelle Tables or Boards with cues 
and balls, 35 p. c ad valorem. ... 35 

Bags, Cotton, seamless 

2 cents per lb. and 15 
Bags, Cotton, m>de by the needle... S5 
Ba^rs, containing fine salt, from all 

countries 25 

Bags, Pap«»r 85 

Bags Seed Illus 6 cents per lb, k 20 

Baking Powders, 6 cts per lb., the 
Weight of the package to bo in- 
cluded in the weight for duty. 
Baked Beans, in cans not over 1 lb. 
weight 2 cts. per 1 lb. can. 






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Balls, Glass 5c. per doz and 3U 

Bamboo, uiitn uiufactnred Freis 

liambiHi Retds, noi further manutau- 
tiired than cut into suititb'elentfths 
for walking sticks or canes, or for 
sticks for unibielias, parasols ur 

sunshiides Free 

Rarillit Free 

Banlt Notes, unsigned. .6c. per lb & 20 

Hananas ... Free 

BarreLs containing salted meats, 2i)c. each 
Biirre s > (intainiiiLr I'etroljum or its 
products, or :iny mixtures of which 

Petroleum is a purt 

Specific duty of 40 cents each 
Barrels, of (Janadian manufacture, 
exjtorted filled with domestic pet- 
roleum and returned empty, under 
such rrjfu ationa as the .uinister of 

Customs shall direct Free 

Barley 15 cents per bushel 

Barytes, unmanufactured Free 

Bay Rum S2.(iO per >jal. and 40 

Beans 15 cents per bushel 

Beans, Vanilla and Nux Vomica Free 

Beads and Bead Ornaments ... 30 

Beer, Ale and Porter, imported in 
bottles (0 quarts and 12 pints to 

I. G.) 18 cents perl. G. 

Beer, Ale and Porter, imported in 
casks, or otherwise than bottles... 

10 cents per I. G. 



Bees. 



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Beeswax 20 

Bed^^tead8, iron or wood 35 

Bed Comforters (not includinu; woven 

quilts) 35 

Benzole, not elsewhere specified 

7 1-6 cents per I. O. 

fielladona Leaves Free 

Bells, for Churches Free 

Bells, all other 30 

Bellows 26 

Belts and Trusses 25 

Berries for dyeing, or used for com- 
posing dyes Free 

Bibles, Prayer Books, Psalm and 

Hj'ran Books 5 

Bichromate of Soda Free 

Bicycles 30 

Bill-Heads, printed, lithographed, or 

copper or ste ;1 jilate 35 

Billiard Tables, without pockets, four 
feet six inches by nine feet and 

under *22.,iO each, and 

Billiard Tabie.'^, without pnekets, over 

four feet six inches by nine feet, 

;g25 each and 

Billiard Tib'es. with pockets, five 

feet six inches by eleven feet or 

under ^35 each and 

Billiard Table-i, with pockets, over 
five feet six inches by eleven feet, 

^40 each and 15 
Each Table to include twelve cues, 
one sett of four balls, with 
markers, cloths and cases, but 
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Billiard Balls imported separtely, 

I'aper Maohie 35 

Billiard B Ah, Bone nr Ivory 8 t 

Do. Celluloid 20 

Binderb' Cloth, except Mulls 10 

Bird Ca,'C8 of all kinds 30 

Bismuth Metallic Free 

Bitters (see " Spirits") S1.J)0 per I. G. 

lipcuits and Cakes, sweetened a» 
Confeitionery. .14 cent per b, and .S,') 

Biscuit (not sweetened) 2i) 

Blacking, Shoe, and Shoe Makers' 

Ink 30 

Blacking'.' all other 20 

Blackberries Free 

ulacknerry bushes Free 

Black Lead 25 

Blank-books, account and copy-books 

to be drawn or written upon.... 35 
iilankets, composed wholly or in part 
of wool, worsted, hair of Alpaca 

goat, ur other like animals 

7i cents per lb. and 20 

Blueing, (laundry) of all kinds 3 t 

"oiler Tube^iof wrought iron or steel 15 

Bolting Cloths, not wire Free 

Bone L>H!i?t and Bone Ash for manu- 
facture of phosph ites& fertiiizors. Free 
Bones, crude and not manufacttired, 
burned, calc'd, gr'nd or steamed. . Free 

Bone black 20 

Btmnets, Hats and Caps, not else- 
where specified, including knitted 

Scotch caps 25 

Boiuiet Wire 25 

Books, printed Periodicals, and Pam- 
phiets, bound or in sheets, not 
being Foreiitn reprints of British 
Copyright Works nor Blank Ac- 
count Bo(jks, nor Copy-Books, nor 
Books to be written or drawn upon, 
nor Bibles, Prayer Books, Psalm 

and Hymn Books 15 

British Copyright Works, reprints 
of, 15 p. c. ad val, and in addition 
thereto 12 J p. c. ad val... 15 and 12J 
Books Educational imported by and 
for the use of schools for the deaf 
and dumb, and "ilind, exclusively. Free 
Books, bound, which shall have been 
printed more than seven years at 
the date of importation, except 
foreign reprints of English copy- 
righted books which shall remain 
subject to the copyright duty. . . . Free 
Books printed by any Govermuent, 
or by any Scientific Association or 
other society, now existing for the 
promotion of learning and letters, 
and issued in the cause of their 
proceeding and not for the purpose 

of sale or trade Free 

Book-binders' Tools and implements, 
including ruling machines and 

rulmg pens 10 

Boot Laces 30 

Boots and Shoes, rubber, leather and 
felt 25 






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Borax Fret- 

Boracic Acid Free 

Butan.v, specimens of Free 

Boxes, cases ;iiid writiiii,' desk*, fiincy 
and orniimeiitiil, and fancy nnnu- 
factiires of bone, shell, horn and 
ivory, also dolls and toys of all 
kinds and materials; ornameitts 
of alahnster, spar, terra cotta or 
uomposilion ; statuettes, beads and - 

bead ornaments SO 

Braces of cotton and elastic 35 

Brandy (sen " Si>!rits"). . . .32 00 per I. G. 
Brass Wire iuid Rod;?, cut in lenu'tha 30 
Bmss, old or s.^rap. and in sheets. . .Free 
Brass, in bars, bolts, drawn plain and 

fancy drawn tubinjj 10 

Br iss Sheet, cut strips or sub-div'ns, 30 
Brass, in strips for printeis' rule, 

not finished 15 

Brass and Copper Wire, round or 

flat Free 

Brass and Copper Wire-Cloth '20 

Brass Screws 35 

Brass auraffo pins for jdanos, to be 

treated as part of pianos 25 

BruHs, manufactures of not elsewhere 

specified 30 

Brass spelter 30 

Breadstuffs, <,'rain a' d flour, atid meal 
of all kinds, wi. ii damau'ed by- 
water in transit, twenty per cent 
ad valorem upon the appmised 
value, such ai>|iiiised vuliie to bo 
HScertained as provided by Sections 
44, 45 and 40 of the Act 40 V'ictoiia 
Chapter 10, intituled, "An Act to 
amend and consolidate the Acts 
respettiny the Customs" as ametid- 

*d by the Act 44 Vic. Cap. 11 20 

Barlf^y 15 cents per bnsh 

Buckwheat 10 cents per bush 

Indian Corn 7^ cents jier huh 

Oats . .10 cents per bush 

Rice 1 J cent per lb 

Rice, iincleaiied, unhuUeil or 
paddy, when imported direct 
from the country of j^rowth, 17J 

|)er cent, ad valort'in N^ 

Rye 10 cents per bush 

Wheat 15 cents per bush 

Pease 10 cents per hush 

Bems 15 cents per bu-sh 

Buckwheat meal or flour. . { cent per lb 

Cornmeal 40 cents per bbl 

Oatmeal % cent per lb 

Rye Flour .50 cents i>er bbi 

Wheat Flour 50 cents per bb 

Rice and Sa'.;o flour 2 cents per lb 

Br ttannia Metal, in pisrs and bais. .Free 
Brittannia Metal, manufactures of, 

if not plated 25 

Britaiuda Metal, manuf.ictures of, 

if plated 30 

Brimstone, crude or rolled in flour. . Free 

Brim-moulds, for }rold beaters Free 

Bristles Free 

Brick for buildinjr purposes 20 



p. c. 
Brick made from Anthracite Coal 

waste * 20 

Bromine Free 

Brooms and Brushes 25 

Broom Corn Free 

Bronze st itnes and ornaments 30 

Bronze, jjhosphor, in blocks, b^rs, 

sheets or wire Free 

Buckram, for the manufacture of hat 

and boimet shapes Free 

Buckwheat 10 cents per bush 

Buckwheat, meal or Flour. .J cent per lb 
Buttons of vejjetab'e ivory or horn . . 

10c. per gross and 2ft 

Buttons all other N. E. S 25 , 

Button Hooks, steel 30 

Button Covers, crozier 10 

Butter 4 cents [ler lb 

IJuchu leaves Free 

Bnildinjj Flans 20 

Builders' Hardware 35 

Bullion, {fold or silver Free 

Bullion Fri::ti:e. all kinds 20 

Burr-stones in blocks, roujrh or un- 
manufactured, and nut bound up 

into niillstones Free 

Buriruiidy Pitch Free 



Cabbajce 25 

Cable, submarine 25 

Cable Cord 20 

Cabinets of Coins, Mcddx, and all 

other curiosities of antiquity. .. .Free 

Cabinetmakers' Hardware 35 

Cuoutchouc, uiunanufactured Free 

Candles, Tallow .2 cts. per lb. 

" Paratfine Wax 5 cts. v er lb. 

" all others, includiji^j sperm 25 
Cannon nnd Musket Powder, in ke^s 

and barrels 4 tents per lb. 

Cane .Juice Syrup. . . .let. per ih. and 30 
Cane, split or otherwise mannfact'd 25 
Canvas, .lava, waffle, aida, zcphjM', 

Peru, fancy Java, moniie, oatmeal, 

penelov^e, burlap, railroad, &c. .. . 20 
Canvas of hemp or fla.s, when to be 

used for boats or ships' .sails 5 

Canvas, all other, not elsewhere 

specified 20 

Canviis for maimf cture of Floor Oil 

Cloth, not less than fifty-eiirht in. 

w de, & n^t pressed nor i;alendered. Free 
Caps, cloth, wool. 10 cents per lb. and 25 
Caps, Hats and Bonnets, fur and 

straw, and all others not elsewhere 

8 ecified 25 

Capliua unfinished Leghorn liats. ... 20 

Cupsu.cs for bottles 30 

Cars railway and street, and parts. . 30 

Carbolic or heavy oil 10 

C.ui)oy9, empty or not 30 

Carbons 25 

Card Clothinsr Machine 25 

Cards, playin-^' ti cents per pack 

Carpet bags, valises, satchels 

10c. each and 30 



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Oarpetfl, trebli* ingrain, three-ply or 

two-ply carpets, composed wliolly 

of wool lOc per «q yird anil 20 

Carpets, jute and hemp '25 

Carpets, two-ply iind three-ply in- 
grain, of which the warp i» coiii- 

poHcd wholly of cotton or other 

material than wool, worsted, h lir 

of Alpaca (fout, or other like ani- 
mals Sc per Hq yard ii'id 20 

Cari'Sts, Brussels, Tapestry, Dutch, 

Venetian and d nuask, carpet n\ its 

an. I ru:;s of nil kinds, and printed 

felts and dru^r^'ets, and all oth r 

carpets and squtres not otherwise 

provided for 25 

Carpenters Tool Baskets. lOe. each & 30 
Cartridges, gun, riHo und pistol, in 

copper or pifx"", and tartridyfe 

cases of all kinds 30 

Carriatfcs. Hngirii'sof all kinds, farm 

w logons, f rm, railway or freight 

Oiirts or gigs, and simi ar vehicMes, 

costing ^^i> *10 each and 20 

cobting 4^0 and less th m «lu<3 

$lft rja-?h and 20 

All such carriages costing $10U each 

and over 35 

Carriages of travellers, and carriages 

laden with Merchandise, not 

to include circus troupes, nor 

hawkers, under rcgulatiims to be 

preHcrihed by the Minister of 

Customs Free 

Citrri tges, niihvay 30 

Carriage Dusters or lap wraps, 

woven 20 

Carriage Makers' Hardware 35 

Carriages, childrens' of all kinds.... 35 

Caskets, burial, of any material 35 

Casts as uindflls for the use of Schools 

of Design Free 

Cathodes, nickel 10 

Cat-gut, strings or Gut Cord for 

Musical Instruments Free 

Cat-gut or Whip-gut unm.inufoct'd.Frej 
Cslluloid, moulded to size for 

handles of knives and forks, not 

bored nor otherwise manuf ctured; 

also, moulded CelluloM Balls and 

Cylinders, coated witn tinfoil or 

not, but not finished or further 

manufactured 10 

Celluloid or Xyolitc, in sheets, lumps 

and blocks Free 

Cement, Portland or Roman 

40 cts per barrel. {Cloth Iron wire 

Cement, shoemakers' 20 

Cement, raw or in stone from quarry 

(13 cubic ft to ton) 5JI.OO per ton 

Cement, burnt and ungiound 

7i cents per 100 lbs 
Cement, hydraulic or water lime, 

ground, including barrel. .40c per bar'l 
Cement, in bulk or in bag3..9o per bush 

Cement, rubber 25 

Cereal Coffee 3 cents per lb 

Chalk, cliff stone, unmanufactured . . Free 



Chimpiartie, (See Winci.) 

(Jiininmile Fl'iwers Free 

Charts and Map'* 20 

VA\ lin Cables, (iion orstee ) over!)-16 
inch in dinneter, whether shaukel- 

ed or swive'l'd or not 6 

Chains, dl others not cable, includ- 
ing' chain 17-3i of an inch, not 

elsewhere specified 20 

Chains, trace, tug and halter 85 

Cheese 3 ceits per lb 

(Jh ese (Iloths. . . . Ic per sq yard and 15 
Chequv-'S, urint.fd, lithogr.iphed, or 

cipper or steel p ate 35 

Checked Iteg.ittas. ."ic per sq yd and 15 

Chenille and Chenille Tassels 20 

Cherry Tri es , F>ee 

(Jheri ios, irreen ... Free 

Cherry wheat, welding ci impound . . Free 
Chicory, or other lloot or V'eyetiblo 
U8c<l as a substitute for(Jofft^e. kiln 
dried, ro sted or ground. .4 cts. per lb 
Chicory, raw or green. . . .'. . .3 cts. per lb 

Chincona Bark Free 

China and Porcclian ware 30 

China clay, natural or ground Free 

Chimneys, lamp, glass 30 

Chloride of Lime Free 

Chloialum o" Chloride of Alumi- 
nium Free 

Church Vestments 20 

Churns, wood 25 

Cider, not clarified or refined 

5 cts per gallon 

Cider, clarified or refined 

10 cts per gallon 

Ciurars $2.00 per lb. and 25 

Cigarettes J2.00 per lb, and 25 

Citrons Free 

Cinnibar Free 

Citrons, rinds of, in brine or candy- 
ing Free 

CI lys Free 

Clocks, and p irts of (except springs) 35 

Cock Spring.^ i 10 

Chronometer Clocks, as clocks 35 

Chronometer Watches, as watches.. 25 

Chronometers for ships use Free 

CJoaks, cloth, cashmere, &e 

10 cents per lb and 25 

Cloaks, fur 25 

Clothing, donation of, for charitable 

))urposes Free 

Clothing, for use of Army, Navy and 

Militia Free 

Cloth Bolting Free 

30 

Cloth, brass and copper wire 20 

Clothes wringers if 1.00 each and 30 

Cloths, doeskins, oassimeres, tweeds, 
coatingt*,- overcoatings, tloakings, 
horse-collar cloth, felt cloth of 
every description not elsewhere 
specified, conipo.sed wholly or in 
part of wujI, worsted, hair of 
Alpaca goat and other like ani- 
mals 75 cents per lb and 20 

Clothing, ready-made, or wearing 



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appnrel of evcy dfl8(;rif>tion, com- 
poHed viiolly or in |«it of wool, 
w'orBtod, hnir of A'p''^-'^ K'^^ or 
othsr like aniinul, made up or 
niiiiiufHC'tured wholly or in part l»y 
the tuilor, seaniMtreMH or inaiiufuo- 

turer, except knitted ((oods 

10 cent» per lb and 

Ciompriseb all ready-in^de doth- 

in^ for men and boyH, of flotli, 

and such like; mantlec and cloaks, 

of cloth ; imitation seal ekiii (of 

wool) ; and horue-clothinu^ Hhapcd. 

Clothing', waterproof of all kinds. . . . 

ClothinfT of cotton or other material 

not otherwiiie provided fur. includ 

\i\g corsotH, lace collars and niniiiar 

articles made up by the seainntress 

or tailor: also turpuulin, plitin or 

coated with oil, paint, tiir or other 

comoosition, and (ottun ha^s made 

up by the use of the needle, not 

otherwise provided for 

Coid, Anthracite Free 

Coal Dust, N. E. S 20 

Coal, Bituminous 60 cents per tod 

Cuid Oil and Kerosene, distilled, 
purified or refined, not elsewhere 

specified 7 1-5 cents per I. O. 

Coal Tar and Coal Pitch 10 

Cobalt, ore of Free 

Cocoa Matting 30 

Cocoa Nuts ?T.00 per 100 

Cocoa Nuts, when imported from the 
place of growth, by vessel direct to 

a Canadian port 50 cts per 100 

Cocoa Nut, dessicated, sweetened or 

not .8 cts per lb 

Cocoa Paste and other preparations 

of Cocoa containing sugar 

1 cent i)er lb and 25 
Cocoa Paste and Chocolate, not 

sweetened 20 

Cocoaniit Oil and Palm in their na- 
tural state Free 

Cocoa Bean, Shell or Nibs Free 

Cod Liver Oil, medicated 20 

Cochineal ^ Free 

Coffee, green Fret 

Coffee, green, if from the U. S . . . . 10 
Coffee, roasted or ground, from the 

U. S 3 cents per lb and 

Coffee, roasted or ground, and all 
substitutes thereof, not con) posed 

of roots and vegetables 3 cts per lb 

Substitutes composed of roots and 

vegetables 4 cts per lb 

Coffee, extract 20 

Coffins, of any material 35 

Coffin Trimmings of Metal 30 

Coin, Gold ana Silver, except United 

States Silver Coin Free 

Coir and Coir Yarn Free 

Collars, of linen or cotton 

24c. per doz. and 30 

Colcothar, dry Oxide of Iron free 

Cologne Water, and perfumed spirits, 
in bottles, flasks or other pa< k- 



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ages, weiirhing m<)re than 4 oi. . . 

$2.00 per L U. and 40 

Cologne Wuter, or perfumed npirits, 
in bottles, f1 inks or other pack- 
ages, not wcighirii; rnore than 4 oz 50 

Colors, metillic, viz., Cobr.lt Zinc 
and Tin Free 

Colors and Paints, ground in oil or 
any other liquid 26 

Colors, in Pulp. viz. Blue Black, 
Blanc Fixe, Chinco; lUue, Prussian 
Blue and Raw limber 25 

Colors, in Pulp, viz., Ultramarine 
Blue Fret 

Colors and Paints not elsewhere 
specified 20 

Combs for dress ard toilet of all 
kindH SO 

Commercial Blank Fmins. printed, 
iithogra;.ihed, or copper or sttel 
plate 85 

Cummunion Plate, and Plated Ware 
for use in churches Free 

L'ompawses, for ships' use Free 

Coniiim Cicuta, or Hemlock, Seed 
and Leaf Free 

Confectionery and Sugar dndy, 
brown or white IJc per lb and 35 

Copper, old and scrap, in pigs, in 
Jijars, rods, bolts, ingots, sheathing, 
not planished or coated, and Cop- 
per Seamless Drawn Tubing 10 

Copper Rivets and Burrs, and all 
manufacturea of copper not else- 
where specified 80 

Copper in sheets Free 

Copper Sheets, cut in sheets or sub- 
divisions SO 

Copper & Brass Wire, round or flat. Free 

Copper and Brass Wire Cloth 20 

Copper Rollers for use in Calico 
printing, when imported by Calico 
Pi inters for use in their factories 
in the piinting of Calicoes and for 
no other purpose, (such rollers not 
being manufactured in Canada) .. Free 

Cordage of all kinds 

li cts per lb and 10 

Corduroy 2 cents per sq yd and 15 

Cordials (see "Spirits"). . ..Sl.OO per L G. 

Corn, Indian 7i cents per bushel 

Cornmeal 40 cents per bbl. 

Cornstarch or Flour, potato starch, 
and all preparations having the 
quality of starch 2 cents per lb 

Cornelians, unmanufactured Free 

Corks and other manufactures of 
Cork Wood or Cork Bark 20 

Cork Wood or Cork Bark, unmanu- 
factured Free 

Corsets 35 

Corset Laces 30 

Cotton Quilts, made up 35 

Cotton Quilts, woven 20 

Cotton, grey or unbleached, and 
bleached, not stained, painted or 
printed Ic per sq yd and 15 

Cotton Sheetings, Drills, Ducks, 



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Choose Cloths, Cotton or duiton 
Flannolfl, not bt:iin«nl, piintetl or 
printed, nrvy or iinbleiichefl, or 
hie.ic'liud li' per mj yiJ iiiul 15 

CoMoiiH, Denims, DrillinirH. Hud-tlck- 
in:.'H, (Jin;fh:inia, I'hiids, Cotton (»r 
Canton Flannel;!, Oiu Km and Drills, 
dyed nreolorcd. Checked orHtri))eti 
ShirtiniTH, Cnttonadtis, Pantaloon 
Stuffs, and ^foods of like du.scri|i- 
tion,Uiil;itcaj and Keiitiiuky ,)uan.'4 

2 cirits per h'| yd lUid Ifi 

Cotton, 42 in. wide ind over, used 
for nianiif ict'nif eiianiolled eloth . . 15 

CottoiiH over thirty-six inohi's wide, 
when imported by maiiufaetiirers 
of window shudt s for oho in their 
factories, oxclusivel.s for the nianu- 
factiiro of oiled window shadeH.. 16 

Cnitori Sewini,' Thre.ul, in hanks, 
blick and white, three and six 
cord 12i 

Cotton Tape, printed, for labels . .. 

15 cents lb, and 25 

Colored f 'brie*, wnven, of dyed or 
c< lored cotton yarn, or part 'lUo 
and ])art cotton yarn, or other 
material, cxcopt silk, N. E, S. . . . 25 
Jeans and coutilles, when import- 
ed by corfct-niakers for use in their 

factory 25 

Prmted or dyed cotton fabrics, 
N E. .S 32i 

Cuffs of otton or linen 

4c. per pair and 30 

Cotton Seamless Ba;r8, irres ective 
of contents. .. .2 cents i)er lb. and 15 

Cotton i'runeilo. . . .2c per sq yd and 15 

Cotton Waddin),', IJattinj, Ults.... 

2c per lb and 15 

Do. dit. if colored, 3c per lb and 15 

Cotton VViirps, Carpet Warps, Knit- 
tintjand Hosiery Y.trns. and other 
Cotton Yarns under No. 40, un- 
bleached 2 cents per lb. and 15 

Do. bleached, dyed or colored.. 

3 cents per lb. and 15 

Cotton Yarns, finer ih m No. 40, un- 
bleached, bleached or dyed, for 
the n> mufacture of Itali m cloths, 
worsted or silk fabrics Free 

Cotton Warp on beiios. Ic peryd A 15 

Cotton Warp, No. «0 and finer 15 

Cotton, or Canton Flannel, un- 
bleiched and bleached, not stained 

painted or printed 

Ic per sq yard and 15 

Cotton, or Canton Flannel, if colored 

2e per sq yard and 15 

Cotton Waste and Ccjtton Wool.... Free 

Cotton and Wi alien Netting f jr 
jrloves 10 

Cotton Umbrellas 30 

Cotton Handkerchiefs 25 

Cotton Seed Cake, oil cake, |ialm, 
nut and me il cake. Free 

Counterpanes or Quilt'j, white with 
woven colored borders . 25 



p. c. 

CranberrioH Free 

Cream of Tartar in crystalB Free 

('rapes of all kind<< 20 

(*ra.\onH and Chalks 20 

CufTs, Collars and Shirt FrontB, pa- 
per 85 

CiirrantH, t^rttn 1 cent per quart 

I 'urrant bushes Free 

Ciuiy Combs and Curry Cards 86 

(Jiitlery, iron and steel, not else- 
where Hocclflod, IneludloK table, 
ollice anu (locket cutlery ; scissors 
and shears, including' shceii-shears; 
butdier's ''uives and steels; shoe, 
huntin;,', jjliizicrs' and farriers' 
knives: knives for horticultural 
purposes; and other articles for 
similar purposes as the above; 

horse-c ippcrs 26 

Oast Iron Forks, iiot hmdled or 

;rround 10 

Cutters and Slei^^hs 80 

D. 

Damask of Cotton, of Linon, or of 
Cotton and Linen, bleached or un- 
bleached, o" colored 25 

Decanters, ylass 30 

Dendjohns 30 

Dental Instruments 20 

Diamonds, unset, including black 

diamonds for borers Free 

Diamond drills for prospectiiitr for 

minerals Free 

Di imond Dust or bort Free 

Dolls of all kinds 30 

Drafts, (irintcil, lithographed or cop- 
per or steel plate.. 35 

Drai,'on'8 Blood Free 

Drain Pipes, ^dazed 85 

Drain-tile, un^lazed 20 

Drawers and Shirts (knitted) com- 
posed who ly or in purt of wool, 
worsted, hair of Alpaca goat, or 

other like animals 

7i cents per lb and 20 
Drawers, cotton, woven or made on 

frames 35 

p. c. 
Drawiu'jTS, paintings, engravings and 

prints 20 

Drills, graio.secd, and parts 35 

Drills, h ind and machine 85 

l)ru_'gets, printed 26 

Duck for belting and hose, when 
imported by miinufactureis of rub- 
ber goods for use in their factories. Free 

Dulce, natural Free 

Dyeing or Tanning Articles in a crude 
state, used in dyeing or tanning, 

not elsewhere specified Free 

Dynamite, dualin, giant powder and 
vigorite. and other explosives of 
which nitro-glycerine is a compon- 
ent part .'ic per lb and 20 

Dyes, other than aniline, prepared . . 20 
D ve, jet black Free 



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Earth Closets Sf) 

Earthenw; we, Htoiiowaro, Uockiii<;- 
hamwuru itnd Ciiiuwiiru, hruwn 
or voloured . S6 

EarthuMWitre and atoiiuware, viz : 
demiJohiiH or JiitfM, chiiriiH nnd 
uniL-kM, H utK per |f don uf hulding 
capacity. 

Earlhenwaro, Stonowiiru and Wliite 
Gniiiito or Iron Stoneware, and 
" C C" ware, whotiier doconited, 
printed, or sponK^d or not 35 

Kgjfrt Kreo 

Elf tf Boxes 25 

Elastic Goods, viz:— Gnter and loom 
webs, cords and biaidu, uiiriur 
frillrt, Kaitors, bL'ltinjr, stot-ltin^,' 
Buppiirtcrs, bolts 

Electro-plutc, and uiltof all I<1miIh, 
not classed as joweller^', pluted 
wholly or in p.irt 

Electrot) pes and Stereotypes of 
atindard booi<H, not advertising^ 
bool<s, p.imphlets or sheets 10 

Electrotvpes and StereotyiMss for 
commercial blaiil^s and advertise- 
ments 20 

Electrotypes and Stereotypes and 
bases for sante made wholly or in 
part uf type metal, N. E. S..6c. per lb 

Electric and t:alvan c biitterius 25 

Elertric li.'ht appanitUM, parts of, 
when imported separiitely, and 
which oannotbeuseil for any other 
purpose, i. e., lamps, ca'bons, &e. 25 

Embossed liooks for the Blind Free 

Emery Free 

Emery Wheels 25 

Emery Paper, sand and Kli^^s, paper 

and cloth 

Enamelled Cloth, for earriafres, &e. . 
Enfjines, lot;omotivo and other steam 
engines and boilers and other 
machinery, composed wholly or in 
part of iron or ste:d. N. E. S ... 
provided that any locomotive, 
which, with its tender weijfha 
thirty tons or over, shall pay a 
duty of not less than ..... .«2000 each 

Engines, Fire, portable machines, 
portable steam engrines, threshers 
and separators, horse powers, 
portable saw ndlls and planini; 
mills, and parts thereof in any 

stage of manufacture 35 

Engraviuifs, Paintings, Drawings 

and Prints 20 

Entomology, specimens of Free 

Envelopes, paper of all kinds, plain. 35 

Ergot Free 

Essences, viz : of Apple, Pear, Pine 
Apple, Raspberry, Strawberry and 

other Fruits, and Vanilla 

!jl.90 per I. G. and 

Ether and Spirits of Nitre 

$1.90 per I. G. and 



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P. c. 
P^ssences, sii h as old torn gin «•• 

seme, Scotch whiitkey. &e 20 

Essential Oils for maniif. purposes.. 20 
Esparto or Suiiiish OrasH, and other 
grasHCH an<l |iiilp of, fur the manu- 
faclnre of paper Free 

Excelsior for upholsterers' use 20 

Kxtracts of Li>u\« ood Frio 

Extract of Fluid Beef, not medicated 25 



F. 

Fancy Oni8«c9, drl d but tiot colored 

or otIiHi wi-to manufactured Free 

Fans, rated accordii g to material. 

I'Mrina 2 cts. per lb 

Fanning Mills iind ptirts 35 

Feathers, Ostrich and Vulture, un- 
dressed 20 

Feathers, Ostrich and Vulture, dress- 
ed 30 

Fe ithers, for beds 20 

Felt, for boots and shoes, when Im- 
ported by manufacturers for use 

111 their factories 15 

Felt, jiull-overs for hats 25 

Felt for glove liniiiyrs, when import- 
ed by manufacturers for their use 

in factory 10 

Fr\t, adbes.ve, for. sheathing vessels. Free 
Felt, thick, for organ and piano 

makers 20 

Fc t, pressed, of all kinds, not filled 
or covered by or with any woven 

fabric 17i 

Felt, (/'loth, of every description, 

nut elsewhere speeifled 

7i cents per lb and 20 

Felt Boots and Slioes 25 

Felloes, Spokes, Hubs and parts of 

wheels 25 

Felloes, Spokes, Hubs and parts of 
wheels, rough-hewn or aawn only 15 

Filtre, Tampico or Istle Free 

Fibre, Mexican Free 

Fibre, vegetable, for manufacturing 

purposes Free 

Fibfilla Free 

Fillets of cotton and rubber, not ex- 
ceeding 7 inches wide, when im- 
ix)rted by and for the use of manu- 
facturers of card clothing Free 

Files 35 

Fire-brick or Tiles, for lining stoves 

and furnaces 30 

Fire Arms, muskets, rifles, pistols 

and shot-guns 20 

Fire Arms, for the use of the Army, 

Navy and Militia Free 

Fire Brick, for use exclusively in 

process of manufactures Free 

Fire Clay Free 

Fire Works 25 

Fire Grenades (hand) 30 

Fire-proof Paint, dry. ..^ of a cent per lb 



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iinpi'iti'd Hhull hv i-hiiruL'iil)lo 
with, mid tliure mIiuII I)o coilvctud 
thureoti, thu fuliowin^ rutoit of 
diif.v, VIZ. : 

Mackerel I cent por lb. 

Iloiriii^f, pickled or milted. 4 " " 

Salmon 1 " " 

FoieiKiK'uiitfhtrtHhimpoitt'dothor- 

wiHo tliiiti in l)!iiTols, or hulf- 

m biinols, whether fresh, dried, 

suited or pickled, not Mpeolally 

onninorated or provided for l>y 

this Act 50 coiits por 10(» Ib.H 

Fibh, vnioked and bunuleHH flsh 

1 cent, per lb 
Anehovieit Mild SardineH, packed in 
oil or otherwise, in tin bo.xoi 
mcasnrhij,'' not more thiiii ilve 
iniliHs loiiif, four inches wide 
and three) uiid one-half incheii 
deep, live cents tlie wh(»le box; 
in half-boxes niuisnriii;; not 
inoro than Hvo in. lies lon^', fonr 
inches wide uiid one and llve- 
eifjrht deep, two and a half cents 
eiu li : and in qi:irtcr iioxes 
in'nvsurinjf not ni'iro tiian four 
inchfis ami three-ipiarte s lonj;, 
three and one-half niches wide, 
and one and a quarter deep, two 
(■oiits each. 
When imported In any other form 30 
Fish, preserved in oil, except ancho- 

ries and sardines 30 

Salmon and all other Hsh |<repai«d 
or preserved, includintf Oysters, 
not Hi)ecially enumerated or pro- 
vided for in tiiis Act 2.T 

Oysters, sholled, in bulk 

lO cents per jjull. 
Oysters, canned, in cans over one 

pint. .3 Ota. per can.inciudinjf the can 
III cans over one pint a'ld not one 

qu irt..5cts. perean,includliijf thcc.in 
In cans exceeding; one quart in 
capacity, an additional duty of 
five cents for each (|uatt, or frac- 
tion of a quart of capacity, in- 
cludin<r the caiu. 

Oysters in the shell 25 

Fish Oils, Spermaceti, Whale, and 
other Fish Oils, and all other arti- 
cles the produce of the fisheries, 

not specially provided for 20 

Provided tliat the whole or par* of 
the said duties hereby imposed 
may be remitted upon proclama- 
tion of the Goveriior-in-Councii, 
which may be issued whenever 
it appears to his sutiffaction that 
the Governments of the United 
States and the Island of New- 
foundland, or either of them, 
have made ehan<res in their 



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tariffs of duties imposed U|)nii 

articles Importml from Canada 

in reduction or renoal of th« 

(lutleH in force in said countries. 

Fish Hooks, Nets and Seines, and 

Lines and Tw nes for the use of tha 

fisherieH, but not to ine ude spori- 

in){ fishing tackle, or hooks with 

(lies, or trawlinif spoons Froe 

Fish-plates, steel or Iron. .912.00 per ton 

Fishinjf Rods 30 

Fish Hooks, with files SO 

Flutfn 22i 

Flannels, of evorv description, not 

elsewhere specilled. .71e por lb and 20 
FlaK' Stones, sawn or otherwise dress- 

' d, por ton 2.00 

Flasks. u:l iss, of every description. . . 30 

Flax, fibre, scutched 1 cent por lb 

" hacklt'd 2 cents por lb 

Flax, tow of, scutched or green. . . 

i cent per lb 

Flaxseed 10 cents per bushel 

Flax Seed t)ll, boiled or raw 30 

Flints and Ground Flint Stones .... Free 

Flour, Wheat 50 cents per bbl 

Flour, Buckwheat or Meal ic per lb 

Corn 2c per lb 

Rye 50 cents |)er bbl 

Uice 2 cents per lb 

Sa)j:o 2 cents por lb 

Fly Paper 85 

" Foot u'rease." the refuse of the cot- 

Um seed after the oil is pressed out. Free 
Fo,' Siu'nals, detonatliiif, for railway 

alarms 20 

Forks, two and three-pronged of all 

kinds 5e. e loh and 20 

Forks, four, five and six-prgntfed of 

all kinds. . . .$2.00 per doz and 20 
Forks, cast iron, m>t handled or 

tfrounu 10 

Folia Di^'italis Free 

l-'ossils Fre« 

Fowls, pure bred, for Improvement 

of stock Free 

French Capers, in Vineifar . . (as Pickles.) 

Frin^fes, all kinds 30 

Fruit, dried. Apples 2 c1 . per lb 

Fruit, dried. Currants, Dates. Fiyfs, 

Plums, Prunes, and all other not 

elsewhere speciiied 1 ct por lb. 

Riisins 1 ct per lb and 10 

Fruit, in air-tiifht can«, including; 

cans wei^hiii),' not over one pound, 

3 cents per can, and 3 cents addi- 

tionitl per can for each pound or 

fraction of a pound over one pound 

in weiffht. 
Fruits preserved in brandy or other 

spirits 11.90 per I, O. 

Fuller's earth Free 

Fuller's earth, when prepared ^ 30 

Furniture, of wood or any other 

material. House, Cabinet or Office, 

finished or in i)arts 85 

Fur Skins of all kinds, not dressed in 

any manner Free 



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P. o. 
FurSkiiifl.whnllycr purtiHllydreHiMHl 15 
Fun, Ca|)H, Cuikis, CoatN, CloukM, 
H.ita, Miiffri, Ti|)|)€tH, and uthur 

maniifnetiiruit of fur '2A 

Fur TrliiimlntfH 25 

Fur-lined cloaks 30 



Game 20 

OanniHtor Free 

(Jalooii, silk 80 

OhIooii, all other 20 

(iuvCoku, wliun utiod in Cuniidlun 

nmnnfMcture!! only Free 

Gas, nnd Coal Oil Fixtures, or 

parts thorcof 30 

Giis-lit/ht Mhodos 30 

Oas nibtoi's .'«) 

Gentian Rout . .* Free 

German Si ver, In sheets 10 

(•ennan Mineral Potash, suits for 

fertilizers Free 

Gorman Silverware, not plated -'5 

Giant |)0\v ler 5r. per lb and 20 

(iin,Gi-nevii(Heo"Splrits").!!<l.;5 |)er I. G. 

(Jin, Old Tom (see ••Si)iritM ') 

sill. 75 per I. G. 

Ginsenjf Root Free 

Gini^er, un^round 10 

Ginger, {rround 25 

Glass, bent, for m inufucturo of show 
cases, provided it is not mudo In 

(^Janada Free 

Gla^iS tlahks and phials of ei^ht 
onnees capacity and over, tele- 
graph and light iiijf rod insula- 
tors, jars u"d glass balls, and cut, 
presbed, onuouKled tableware. . . . 

.^)0. per doz. and 30 
Glass carboys atid demijohns, bottles 
ami decanters, flasks and jih als, 
of less capacity than eigi toni.cea. 30 
Glass i-amu and Gaslight ishides. 
Lamps and Limp Chinnieys. 
Globes, for lanterns, lamps, and 

gas-lights .SO 

Glass, Ornamental, F'gurod En- 
amelled. Stained, in sheets . . . .^. . . 30 
Glass, plate, noteolurt-d, in panes not 

over thirty square feet 

(5 cents per sq 

In panes over thirty, and not over 

seventy sqnare feet. .8 cents per sq 

In panes over seventy square feet. 

edits per sq, 

Glass, plate, silvered 30 

Glass, mirror-plates, N. E S 30 

Glass, Stained, Tinted, Painted, Vit- 
rified, in sheets 30 

Glass, Ciilored.not Figured, Painted, 
Enameled or Engraved, and imi- 
tation Poreeliiii Shades 20 

Gi|i88. Figured, Enameled and Ob- 
scured White, in sheets 30 

Gla&s, Window, Stained 30 

Glass, Windnw, common & eolo les-*, 30 
Glass, all others, and manufactures 
of, not elsewhere specified 20 



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Glass Stoppers 80 

Glass Paper, sand, oiDMry, paper and 

eloth 30 

Cilengarry or Heotth Cnpn 25 

Globes for lanterns nnd lamtM 30 

Gloves and mitts, of all kiinls 80 

Glue Sheet, broken sheet and 

ground 3c. per lb 

(Jlueiose Syrup ,. ... .2 cents per It) 

(ilucoHi; Hi (}ra|H> Sugar to be elartsed 
and rated forduty ,\h su^ar, accurd- 
ing to griule by Outuh standard in 
color. 

Glycerine 20 

( Jongs for Doors 30 

Gold lieaters' moulds and akinii Free 

Gold and Silver Leaf 80 

Granite, all manufieturos of, not 

elsewhere speiifiod 23 

Jii ii,j .vvru, or Ironstone-waro 

(not iron) 35 

(Jooseborry Mushes Free 

(Jrapo Vines Free 

Gravel Free 

(■roen Fuit, Currants. .1 cent per quart 

(Jn en Fruit, (; rapes 2 cents per lb 

Onen Fruits and edit)lo berries in 
their natural condition, vi/,. — 
Aopks, A})ri(!ots, H iianas. Cher- 
ries, Ma' goes. Olives, Peaches, 
Pinepples, Plantains, Plums, 
Pomegranates, (Quinces and Shad- 
docks Free 

Bla kberiies, Cr.itdierrles, Goose- 
berries, Has])berrie8 and Straw- 
berries Free 

tJreen Fruit, viz , i'ears 20 

Grease, the refuse of aninml ;at, for 
use of soap stuuk, not otherwise 

piovidedfor Free 

Grindstones in the rough §2 per ton 

(Jriiidstones. drcM^ed or cmnpleto 20 

Guiino and other aidmal and vegeta- 
ble niamire (not pbosphato) Free 

Gums, Aml)cr, Arabic, Australian, 
Copal, Damar, .Mastic, Sandarac, 

Shellac, Tragac inth Free 

Gum, British, dressine, sizing ere iin 

and enamel sizing Ic. per lb 

Gum, Chewing, sweetened or flavor- 
ed li cent p^r lb. and 35 

Gum, chewing, not sweetened 20 

Gum Shellac, bleached and drawn.. 20 

Gunny Cloth and Gunny Hags 20 

Gunpowder, gun, r.fle and sporting, 
in ke.:s, i keg.s, \ ke^s and similar 

packages 5 cetits per lb 

Gunpowder, camion and musket, in 

kegs and barrels 4 cents per lb 

Gunpowder, canister, in 1 lb and i lb 

tins l.T cents per lb 

Gunpowder, blasting and ndning 

3 cents per lb 

dun covers 10c. each and 30 

iJuns 20 

Gut and Worm Gut, manufactured or 
unmanufactured, for Whip and 
other Cord Free 



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Outta Percha, crude Free 

Outta Peroha, manufactures of 25 

Gypsum, ^touucI 20 

Gypsum, crude (sulphat* of lime). . .Free 

H. 

Hair, curled 20 

Hair, angola, buffalo, bison, camel, 
goat, hog, horse & human, cleaned 
or unclcaned, but not curled or 
otherwise manufactured, also cow, 
calf and deer hair. Free 

Hair cloth of all kinds 30 

Hair oils, pomatums and pastes, and 
all other perfumed jjrcparations 
used for the hair, nuuth or skin . . SO 
Hams, fresh, salted, dried or smoked 

2 cents per lb 

Hand Carts 30 

Handkerchiefs, cotton or linen, plain 
orprintcd.inthe piece or otherwise 25 

Handkerchiefs, silk 30 

Hardware, builders'.cabinet-makers', 
and carriage hardware and locks, 
tinsmiths' tools, and harness- 
makers' and saddlers' hardware in- 
cluding cut ry-combs 35 

House furnishing hardware i? held 
to include the following articles, 
and similar goods, N. E. S., viz : 
apple parers, corere and slicers, 
butter triers, blotter baths, boot 
jacks, brackets, (.netal) cash 
boxes, (metal) with locks, can 
openers, cheese triers, cork draw- 
ers, corkscrews, clothes line 
cleats, coffee pot stands, coffee 
roasters, coffee mills, cork press- 
ors, cake turners^curling tongs 
and irons, champagne syphons 
and taps, carpet stretchers, car- 
pat sweepers, combiifltion too!3, 
ei;g bo iters, egg boilers, faucets, 
(metal) fluting machines, firo 
irons of every description, tire 
iron stands, fire dogs, foot 
scrapers, fruit presses, grind- 
stone fixtures, hooks of all kinds, 
ink stands, ice cre.im freezers, 
ice picks, ice chisels, ice chop- 
pers, irons, sad. flat and sniooth- 
inj- of all kinds, jel y presses, 
knife sharpeners and steels, lard 
presses, lemon squeezers, mung- 
les, niatih safes and boxes, minc- 
ing knives, mills, (coffee and 
Sjiicc) mop stick ti\tures, me it 
choppers and pounders, molasses 
gates, oil ;;at.es, paper weights, 
files, clips and file hooka, pen 
racks, pinking irons, quilt frame 
and other clamps, school ink 
wells, skewers, soap stone, foot 
warmers, siove shovels, shelf 
Dracketa.spitloons, s:aisage stuff- 
ers, stove sifters, stove pipe 
dampers, twine boxes, tobacco 
cutters, towel racks and rollers, 



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toasting forks, vegetable chop- 
pers, teitpot stands 80 

Harness aTid baddlery of every de- 
scription, and parts thereof 85 

Harrows and parts 35 

Harness leather dressing 2S 

Hats, Caps and Bonnets, not else- 
where specified 25 

Hatter's Plush .' Free 

Hatters' Furs not on the skin Free 

Health Food , Cold Blast, whole wheat, 
flour and wheat, pearled wheat and 
oats, ufranulated oats and barley, 
universal food, pea and bean flour, 
bran flour, branfood, pearled com 

meal, white wheat gluten 20 

Hemlock Bark Free 

Hemp, undressed Free 

Hein|>, Indian (crude drug) Free 

Hides, raw, whether dry-salted or 

pickled Free 

Hickory lumber sawn to shape for 
spokes of wheels, but not further 

maimfactured Free 

Hoes 5 cents each and 25 

Honey, in the comb, or otherwise, . . 

3 cents per lb 

Horse powers and parts 35 

H';!) strips, when to be used in 

making corsets Free 

Horn and Horntips Free 

Hoofs Free 

Hoop Skirts 30 

Hooks and Eyes ^ . 30 

Hoop Iron, not exceeding three- 
eights (f) of an inch in width 
and being No. 25 gauge or thinner, 
used for the manufacture of tubu- 
lar rivets Free 

Hops ..6 cents per lb 

Horse Clothing, cotton, linen, netting 30 

Horse Clothing, woollen, shaped 

10 cents per !b and 25 
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Swine, 
for the improvement of stock, 
under regulations to be made by 
the Treasury Boird, and approved 
by the Governor-Gen. in Council .. Free 
Hosiery, Wool socks and stockings. . 

10 cents per lb and 30 
Hubs, Spokes and Felloes, rough or 

siwn i»nly 16 

Hubs, Spokes and Felloes 25 

H.vmn Books 5 

Hyoscyamus or Henbane Leaf Free 



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, Free 

in Precious Stones, not set. 10 

Corn 7i cents per bush. 

Rubber Boots and shoes., .. 25 
Rubber and VuLanite, manu- 
res of, N. E. S 26'" 

Rubber clothing, all kinds. . . 35 
Rubber, un maimfactured. . .Free 
Rubber, vulcanized handles 

lives and furks 10 

Free 



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P. 

Indigo Auxiliary Free 

Indifiro, |)aste and extract of Free 

India Hemp, (crude drug) Free 

Inlt, for writing 25 

Inlc, printing 9.0 

Ii.kstands, all kinds 3u 

Iniulatora, telegraph &li;;htning-rod. 

5 cents per doz. and SO 

Iodine, crude Free 

Irris, orris root Fret; 

Iron and Steel, Manufacturers of, 

viz: — 
Wrought scrap iron and scrap steel, 
being waste or refuse v/rouglit iron 
or bteel that has been in actual 
use and is fit only to be re-nianu- 

faotured $2.00 per ton 

Ferro-inanganese, ferro-silicon, Spie- 
gel, steel bloom ends, and crop 
ends of steel rails, for the manu- 
facture of steel $2.00 per ton 

Iron, in pigs, iron kentledge and 

cast scrap iron $4.00 per ton 

Iron, in slabs, blooms, loops, pud- 
dled bars, or other- forii.s less 
finished than iron in bars, and 
more advanced than pig iron, 

except castings $9.00 per ton 

Bar Iron, rolled or hammered, 
comprising flats, rounds and 
squares, and bars and shapes of 

rolled iron, N. E. S $13.00 per ton 

Iron and Steel W ire, galvanized or 
not fifteen gauge and coarser, 

N. E. S 

Wire of spring steel, coppered or 
tinned, number nine gauge or 

smaller, N. E. S 

Boilor or other plate iron, sheared or 
uiisheared, skelp iron, sheared or 
rolled ill grooves, and sheet iron, 
common or black, not thinner 
than number twenty gauge, N. E. 
S., including nail plate of iron, or 
steel, sixteen gauge and thicker. . 

f 13.00 per ton 
Sheet Iron, common or black, 
smoothed or polished, and coated 
or galvanized, thinner than num- 
ber twenty gauije, 'anada plates, 
and plate of iron or steel not less 
than thirty inches wide and not 
less than one-fourth of an inch in 

thickness. 12^ 

Hoop or band or scroll or otheriron, 
8ij,'ht inches or less in width, and 
not thinner than number twentj' 

gauge $13.00 per ton 

Hoop or band or scroll or other iron, 
eight inches or lest in width, and 
thinner than number twenty 

gauge *• 12i 

Railway Fish Plates $12.00 per ton 

Ro led iron or steel angles, chanels, 
structural shapes and special sec- 
tions, weighing less than twenty- 
flve pounds per lineal yard, N. E. 
S ic. per lb. and 



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Rolled iron or steel beams, girders, 
joists, angles, channels, structural, 
shapes, and special sections, 
weighing not less than twenty - 

five pounds per lineal yard 12^ 

Rolled iron or steel beam, girders, 
joists, angles, chmnels, eyebar 
blanks made by the Kloman pro- 
cess, together with all other 
structural shapes of rolled iron or 
steel, including rolled iron or steel 
hriige plate not less than three- 
eighths of an inch thick, nor less 
than fifteen inches wide, when 
imported by manufacturers of 
bridges for use exclusively in the 
manufacture of iron and steol 

bridges 12J 

Iron bridges and structural iron 
work, IJc. jcr lb., provided that 
the duty shall not be less than 35% 
Forgings of iren and steel, or forged 
iron of whatever shape or in what- 
ever stage of manufacture, N. E. 
S., lie. per lb., provided thit the 
duty shall not be less than 35%. 
Steel ingots, blooms and sl-ibs, by 
whatever process made, billets and 
bars, bands, hoops, strips and 
sheets of all gauges and widths, 
all of above classes of steel not else» 
where provided for, valued at four 
cents or less per lb , 30%, but not 
less than $12.00 per ton, except 
ingots, cogged ingots, blooms and 
slabs upon which the specific duty 
shall be not less th.in $8.00 per ton, 
when of greater value than four 
cents per lb., 12i%. 
Plate of iron and steel combined, 
and steel not specially enumerated 

or provided for ..... SO 

Provided that on all irmj or steel 
bars, rods, strips or steel sheets, 
of whatever shape, and on all 
iron or stoel bars of irregular 
shape or section, cold rolled, 
cold himmere;! or polished in 
any way in addition to the ordi- 
nary process of hot rolling or 
hammering, there shall be paid 
one-sixth of one cent per pound 
in audition to the rates imposed 
on the said materials, 
Provided further, thac all metil 
produced from iron or its ores, 
which is cast and malleable, of 
whatever description or form, 
without regard to the percent- 
age of carbon contained therein, 
whether produced by cementa- 
tion, or c inverted, cast or made 
from iron or its ores by the 
crucible, Uessemer, pneumatic, 
Thomas Oilchrist, basic,Sieme'i8- 
Martin or 0|ien health prouess, 
or by the eciuivalcnt of either, 
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'' more of the processes or their 
equivalents, or by any fusion or 
other process which produces 
from iron or its ores a metal 
either granulous or fibrous in 
structure, which is cast and 
ma leable. except what is Icjiown 
as malleable iron castings, shall 
be classed and denomiiiated as 
steel. 
Provided further, that all articles 
rated as iron or manufactures of 
iron, shall be chargeable with 
the sau'C rate of duty if made of 
steel, or of steel or iron combin- 
ed, unless otherwise specially 
provided for. 
Malleable iron castings, and steel 
castings not elsewhere specified, 
i25.0:t per ton, provided the duty 
shall not be les.s than 30%. 
Cast iron vessels, plates, stove plates 
and irons, sa t irons, hatters' irons, 
tailors' irons, and castings of iron, 
N. E. .S., 810.00 per ton, provided 
the duty shall noibe less thu) 30%. 
Cast iron pipe of every description, 
81 '2 00 per ton, provided that the 
duty sha 1 not be less than 35%'. 
Axles and springs of iron or steel, 
parts thereof, axle bars, axle blocks 
or fririrings for carriages, other 
than railwiiyandtramwav vehicles, 
without uference to the stage of 

manuf icture SO 

Iron or steel car axles, parts thereof, 
axle bars, axle blanks or forcings 
for axles, and car springs or' all 
kinds, and all other springs tiot 
elsewhere spe(!if ^d, without refer- 
ence to the stage of manufacture. 
830.00 per ton but not less ihan 3h 
Boiler tubus of wraignt iron or steel 15 
Tubes not weldCfl.'nor more than one 
and one-half inch in diameter, of 

rolled steel 15 

Lap-welded iron tubing, ' threaded 
and coupled or not, one and one- 
quarter inch in diameter and over, 
but not over two inches, for use 
exclusivi^ly in artesian wells, pe- 
troleum pipe lines and for petrol- 
eum refineries ... 20 

Wrought iron tubing, threaded and 
coupled or not, over two inches 

in diameter 15 

Other wrought iron tubes or pipes. . 

' 6-10 of a cent and 30 
Safe'*, doors for safes and vaults, 
scales, balances, and weighing 

beams of iron or steel 35 

HUates iOc per pair and .^O 

Wire rope of iron or s'eel N. E. S. . 25 
Kinews, ommonly called " wood 
screws," t.vo inches or over in 
length. 6f per lb. ; one inch and 
less thiva two inches, 8c. per lb. ; 
less than one inch. He. per lb. 



P. c. 

Muskets, rifles and other flre-arms, 
and surgical instruments 20 

Iron or steel rivets, bolts with or 
without threads, or nut or bolt 
blanks, less th m three-eighths of 

an incli in diameter 

1^0. per lb. and 30 

Nails and spikes, wrought and press- 
ed, galvanized or not, horse shoe 
nails, hob nails and wire nails, 
and all other wrought iron or steel 
nails, N. E, S., and horse, mule or 

oy. shoes 

Uc. per lb. but not less than 35 

Cut tacks, brads or sprigs, not ex- 
ceeding sixteen ounces to the 
thousand, 2c. per thousand ; ex- 
ceeding sixteen ounces to the 
thousand, 2c. per lb. 

Wrought iron or steel nuts and 
washers, iron or steel rivets, bolts 
with or without threads, or nuts 
and bolt blanks, and finished 
hinges, or hinge blanks, N. E. S. . 

Ic. per lb. and 25 

Out nails and spikes of iron or steel, 

Ic. per lb. 

Swedich rolled iron nail rods, under 
a half inch in diameter, for manu- 
facture of horse shne nads 20 

Iron or steel railw.iy bars and rails 
for railways and tramways, of any 
form, punched or nut punched, N. 
K. S , ■j^.oo per ton 

.Manufacttires, ai tides or wares, not 
specially enumer.ted or provided 
for, composed wholly or in part of 
ironorstec'. and whether partly 
or wholly .nanufactured 30 

Garden rakes, two and three-prong- 
ed forks of all kinds, and hoes. . . . 

5c. each and 25 

Hay knives and four, five, and six- 
pronged forks of all kinds 

.*2.00 per do7. and 20 

Pi('ks, jnattocks, blacksmiths him- 
mers, sledges, track tools, wedges, 

and crowbars of iron or steel 

Ic. per lb. and 25 
Shovels and spades, and shovel 

and spade blanks 

81.00 per doz. and 25 

Iron or steel rolled round wire rods 
under half an inch in diameter, 
when imported by wire manufac- 
turers for use in their factorit^s. . .Free 

Iron or steel beams, sheets, plates, 
angles, and knees for iron or 
composite ships ur vessels Free 

Iron masts for ships, or parts there- 
of Free 

Iron Music Stands 35 

Iron scrap and scrap steel, old and 
fit only to be reuianufactured, 
being part of or recovered from 
any vessel wrecked in waters 
subject to the jurisdiction in 
Canada Free 



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p. c: 
Iron Liquor, solution of acetate of | Lamp shades, <rlas8. . 

iron for dyeintf and calico printiri},'. Free ^ Lamp wicks 

Istle or tampico fibre Free ' 

Isinglass 20 

Ivory or ivory nuts unmanufact'd. . . Free 
Ivory veneers, sawn only, not planed 

or polished Free 

Ivory, black 10 



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Jalap Root ..Free 

Jars, ^lass 5 cents per doz and 30 

Japanned and tinware, not elsewhere 

specified 25 

Jewel ccsos 10 cents each & 30 

Jellies a.,d Jams io. per lb. 

Jet manufactures of 20 

Jewellery, and manufactures of gold 

and silver 20 

Junk, old Free 

Jute Cloth as taken from the loom, 
neither pressed, manjirled, calen- 
dered, nor in any way finished, 
and not less thin 40 inches vide, 
when imported by manufacturers 
of jute bags for use m their own 

factories Free 

Jute, manufactures of 20 

Jute Carpets and Mats and Matting.. 2.5 

Jute, unmanufactured Free 

Jute, butts Free 

Jute yarn, plain, dyed or colored, 
when imported by manufiicturers 
of carpets, ru^'s and mats, for use 
in their own factories Fre? 



Kainite, for fertilizers Free 

Kelp Free 

Kerosene and coal oil, distilled, puri- 
fied or refined, not elsewhere speci- 
fied 7 1-5 cents per I. G. 

Kerosene and coal oil fixtures or 

parts thereof 30 

Knitting Machines 35 

Knife Blades or Knife Blanks, in the 
rough, unhandled, for the use of 

Electro-platers 10 

Knives for mowers and reapers . . . . 35 
Kyrolits Free 

Ii. 

Labels for fruit, vegetables, meat, 
fish and confectionery at d other 
goods ; also tickets, posters, adver- 
tising bills, and folders 

15e. per lb. and 25 

Labels of «very other description . . 35 

Lac, dye, crude, seed, button, stick 
and shell Free 

Laces, braids, fringes, ernbrnideries, 
cords, tjssels and bracelets . also 
braids, chains or cords of hair 30 

Lace Colliri) 30 

Lace collars, ties, made up by the 
seamstress 35 

Lamps, glass 30 



Lamp black 10 

Lard, tried or rendered . . 2 cts. per lb. 

Lard, untried IJ cts. per lb. 

Lard oil 20 

Lava, unmanufactured Free 

Lava- ware 35 

Lead, old, scrap and in pigs. 40 cents 
per one hundred pounds. 

Lead, bars, blocks and sheets.... 60 
cents per hundred pounds 

Lead, white and red, dry, also dry 
white zinc and bismuth 5 

Lend, pipe and shot 1 J cts per lb 

Lead, nitrate and aict tte of 5 

Lead, all manufitctnres of, n t else- 
where specified 30 

Leather, sole, taimed but rough and 
undressed 10 

Leather, morocco skins, tanned, but 
rouirh and undressed 10 

Leather, sole ic. per lb. and 15 

Leather, belting leather, and all 
upper leather, including kid, lamb, 
sheep, and calf, tanned ordressed, 
but not colored, waxed, or gl'Zed. 15 

Leather, cordovan, from horse hide, 
and manufactures of 25 

Leiitber, japanned, patent or en- 
amelled 20 

Leather and all other skins tanned, 
not elsewhere specified 20 

Leatjier ((Jlove), viz: — buck, deer, elk 
and antelope, tanned or dressed, 
colored or ''ot 10 

Leather, as o I ove, dressed and waxed 
or glazed .^0 

Leather, and manufactures of, 
including boots and shoes, 
and albums, belts, base-balls, shot 
and powder pouches, blotting 
cases, cigar cases, dressing cuse^, 
glove and handkerchief boxes, 
needle cases, rug, shawl straps. ... 25 

Leather Board 3 cents per lb. 

Leather boot find shoe counters. . Jc. 
per pair. 

All other leather and skins, tanned, 
N K. S 20 

Leeches Free 

Lenioi's and Rinds of, in brine, tor 
candying. . .^. Free 

Lemcms, (see oranges) 

Linen, manufactures of 20 

This includes Irish linens and f rout- 
ings (union and all linen), rough 
brown, pressed, slate and black 
holland, linen buckram, coat can- 
V;t8, striped, checked, or plain linen 
drills or ducks, linen sheeting, pil- 
low linen, patent j'arn, dress linen, 
toweling, crash, diapers, hes>ians, 
crumb-cloths, table cloths, doyieys, 
stair linen, loom sheeting tea- 
cloth, glass-doth, check dusters, 
huckabacks, linen tickings, forfar 
sheeting, scrim, French canvas, 



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p. c. 
woven linen carriajje covers and 
wraps. 
fJnon Clotliin','', all kinds, includinir 

horse clothinur 35 

Ijinoluinii, ixt oil cluth 

Linsned Oil, raw or boiled 3i) 

Mquorieo Hoot Free 

Liquorice root, paste extract of.... 

2c. i^er lb 
Liquorice stick, extractor confeL-tion 

Icjnt |Mr lb. and 20 

Litlmr^'e Free 

Litho;,'r.iphic Stones, not enj>raved . . 20 
Litntus and all Lichens, preiiared 

and noc prepared Free 

Liquid Aspha't, for i ling 2o 

Locks of all kinds 30 

Lopi and Ronnd inai' ..ctured 

Timber, not ciscw . e speciHed . . Free 
Locust Heans, for i ni inufictuie 

of horse and catUu mod Free 

Loconiotivos and Kailwny Passenffer 
Ha'j:j,'ajje and Freight Cars, beiii},'' 
the property of railway companies 
In the United .States, runiiin;,' upon 
any line of road crossing the fron- 
tier, so long as Canadi in Locomo- 
tives and Cars are admitted free 
under similar circumstatues in the 
Dnitod States, under reirulations 
to be prescribed by the Minister 

of Customs Free 

Locomotives, tires of steel in the 

r..u:h 10 

Lumber and Timber, Planks and 
Bo irdd, sawn, of boxwood, cherry, 
walnut, chestnut, gum-wood, ma- 
ho.;any, ptt^h-pnie. rosewood, san- 
dal-wood, Spanish cedar, hickory, 
oak and white wood, not shaped, 
planed or otherwise manufuctur- 
ed, and sawdust of the same, and 
hickery lunibur, sawn to shape for 
spokes of wheels, but not further 

maruifactured Free 

Lumber and Timber, Spanish cedar 

cut by knife Free 

Liunber and Timber not elsewhere 
specified 20 

M. 

Mace 25 

.Maccaroniand vermicelli 2c. per lb 

Machines, portable •. 3.t 

Machinery for cotton mills , 30 

-Machinery for worsted mills 30 

Machinery, ships and other vessels. . 30 

Machine card clothing 25 

Machinery not elsewhere specified.. 30 
.Madder and Munjeet, or Indian Mad- 
der, :iround and prepared, and all 

extracts of Frev 

Maiiiuines, quarterly, monthly, and 
semi-monthly, and weekly literary 

papers, unbound .' ". Free 

Maaic Lanterns and optical instru- 
ments, including microscopes and 
telescopes 25 



P. O- 

Majolica ware 35 

Malt 15e. per bush 

.Malt, extract, for medicinal purposes 26 

M iltine 25 

.Manganese, cxide of , Free 

,\1 iiiilla tirass Free 

Mantels, slate 30 

.Mantels, marble 35 

Manure, guano and other iininml and 
vegetable, in natural state, not 

prepared Free 

Manure, prepired ir manufactured, 

all kinds 20 

.Manilla hoods 20 

vianuscripts Free 

Maps and Charts 20 

.\l.irble Slabs siwn on not more th^n 

two sides 15 

Marble Blocks and Slabs sawn on 

n:ore than two sides 25 

Marble, finished 35 

.Marble, all manufactures of, not 

elsewhere specified 30 

.Marble, in blocks from the quarry, 
in the rough, or s iwn on two sides 
only, and not specially shapen, 
containing less than fifteen cubic ft. 15 

Over fifteen cubic feet 10 

Marmalade 5 cts per lb. 

.Masts, iron or parts of, for ships. . . . Free 
Matfrasses, hiir. spring and all other 35 

Meal, buckwheat Jc. per lb. 

.Meal cake, oil cake, cotton seed cake 

and palm nut cake Free 

.Meats, fresh, or salted, on actual 
weight as received in Canada, (ex- 
cept Bacon, Hams, Shoulders and 

Sides) 1 et. per lb. 

Meats, Shoulders, Sides, Bacon and 
Hams, fresh, salted, dried or 

smoked .' 2 cts. per lb. 

All other Dried or Smoked Meats, 
or meats preserved in any other 
way than salted or pickled, not 

otherwise 8|>ecified 2 cts. per lb. 

Meats, essence of beef (extract) . . . . 25 

Medals of Gold and Silver 20 

Meerschaum, crude or raw Free 

Melons Free 

Menageries, Horses, Cattle, Carriages 
and Harness of, under retrulationa 
to bo prescribed bj- the Minister 

of Customs Free 

.Mici 20 

.Military stores and munitions of war.Free 

.Mill board, not straw board 10 

Milk food, manufactured by Henri 
Nestle, Dr. Oit)aut, and others, and 

all similar preparations 30 

MittcJ and Gloves 30 

Miner.ll Water, not in bottle Free 

Mirrors 35 

Mirror plates 30 

.Mirrors (hand) 30 

-Mines-alogy, s|>ecimens of Free 

Models of Inventions, and other 
improvements on the Arts, but 
no article or articles shall be deem- 



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•r bush 
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..Free 

..Free 
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red, jl 

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.... 20 
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'.... 20 
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30 " 

uarry, 
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[1 \Ven, 
ibicll. 15 'I 

10 

cts per \b, 
p3 . . . ■ Free 
11 other 35 

. Jc. per lb. 
ed cake 

Free 

actual 1 1 

da, (ex- 
era und 
1 ct. per lb. 

;on and 

•ied or 
cts. per lb. 

. Meats, i| 

ly other 

led, not 
cts. per lb. 

20 

... .Free 
.. ..Free 

Jarriages i 

julations 

"Minister 

..Free 

...'."..•• 20 
,3 of war.Free 

10 

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"... 30. 

le ' .. ..Free 

... 35 

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p. c. 
ed a model or improvement which 

can be fitted for use Free 

Molasses (see syrups). 

Money drawers 3.^ 

Moss, Iceland & other Mosses, crude. Free 
Moss, seaweed and all other ve;,'e- 
titble substances uspd for beds or 
mattrasses, i n their natural state or 

only cleaned Free 

Mouldings of wood, plain td5 

Mouldiiiffs of wood, ^Ided, or other- 
wise further manufactuied than 

plain 30 

M"win<f Machines and pirts 35 

Mudlage 30 

Muffs and Satchels oonibined, with 

c'asps lOp.each .and 30 

Mufflers, cashmer ■, hemmed H.t 

MutHers, cashmere, uiihoinmed 27^ 

Music, printeil, bound in sheets or 

books 10c. per lb. 

.Musical Instruments, for bands of 

Army and Navy Free 

Musical Instruments of all kinds, not 

otherw;8e provided for 25 

Muskets, HiHes, Guns and Pistols, 

not elsewhere specified 20 

Mustard Seed, un'.f roimd Free 

Mu-itard Seed, ground or prepared, 25 

Mustard cake 20 

Mustard, French Liquid (as Sauce ) 

Mujk, in pods or in grains Free 

N. 

Nails and spikes, wroug^ht and press- 
ed, galvariize 1 or not. horse shoe 
nnils, hob n vils and wire nails and 
all other wrought iron or steel 

nai's N. E. 8 IJc. per lb 

but not less than 35 

Cut nails of iron or steel Ic. per lb 

Nails and Spikes, composition and 

aheithinjf 20 

Napkin Rinjrs, plated 30 

Naptha not elsewhere specified . . . 

7 l-5c. ,)er I. G. 

Neatsfoot Oil 20 

Needics, steel cylinder, hund-fran.-e 

and latch 30 

Ne\vspai)ers unbound Fre< 

Newspapers, partly printed and in- 
tended to be e nip'.eted and pub- 
lished in C mada 25 

I Nickel Anodes and Cathodes 10 

I Nickel Silts 20 

j Nickel Fre> 

I Nitrate of Soda or Cubic Nitre Free 

i Nitro-glycerine lOe. per lb. and 20 

I Nuts, iron or steel . . . . Ic. per lb. atid 25 
I Nuts of all kinds, (except Cocou NuUs 

I and almonds shelled) 3 cts per lb. 

j Nuts, Cocoa jfl per lO'i 

j ^ Do. direct .50c. per 100 

I Almonds, shelled 5 cts per lb 

I Nutmegs 25 

i Nut Galls Free 



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Oak Bark Free 

Oakum Free 

Oats 10 cts. per bushel 

Oatmeal | ct. per lb. 

Ochres, dry, irround or miground, 
washed or unwashed, not calcined. 10 

Oils, huir, perfumed or not 30 

Oils, Carbolic or Heavy 10 

Oil, Cod Liver, medicated 20 

Oils, Co il and Kerosene distilled, pu- 
rified or refined, Naphtht, Benzole, 
Petroleum, I'loducts of Petroleum, 
Shale and Lignite, not elsewhere 

specified 7 1-5 cts. i>er I. G. 

Oils, Lubricating.' not elsewhere spe- 
cified 25 

Oils, Olive or Salad Oil 20 

Oils, Essential 20 

Oils. Lard 20 

Oils, Linseed or Flax Seed, raw or 

boiled 30 

Oils, Lubricating, a'l other 25 

Oils, I nbricating, composed wholly 
or in part of petroleiun, aiidc03tin.c 
thirty cents per Imp. g.il. or over. 25 
Oils, Lubrimitiiig, costing less than 
30c. pel Imperial gall.. 7 l-5c. |)er I.G. 

Oils, Neatsfoot 20 

Oils, Sperm 20 

Oils, Ses ime Seed 20 

Oils, Spermaceti, Whale and other 

fi>h oils 20 

Oils, Cocoa Nut and Palm in their 

natur il state Free 

Oil Cake, Cotton Seed Cake, Palm 

Nut Cake and Meal Free 

Oil (Jak J Meal Free 

Oil Cloth in the piece, cut or shaped, 
oiL-d, en imelled, stamped, painted 
or jjrintcd, indian rubbered, 

flocked or coated, N. K. S 

5 cts square vard and 
Oil Cloth for floors, and Linoleum, 

htaniped, painted or printed 

5ct-*. per square yard and 

Onions 2') 

opium, Drug 81 00 per lb 

Op urn, prep ired for smoking. .^5 per lb. 
Opti'jal Goods, viz :— opcru, field and 

sjty glasses 25 

Spectacles & eye g asses 30 

Orauires. rinds of, in brine, for 

candying Free 

oranges and Lemons, in ho.xes of 
capacity not exceeding two and 
one-half cubic; f et, 25 cts. per 
box ; in one half boves, capacity 
not excee ling one and one fouith 
cubic feet. 13 cts. per half box ; in 
oases and ill other packages ten 
cents per cubic foot holding capac- 
ity ; in bulk, one dollar and sixty 
cents per one thousand orantresor 
lemona ; in barrels not exceeding 
in capacity that of one hundred 
and ninety-six pounds, fl ur barrel 

55 cts. per barrel. 



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Ores of iNfetalu of all kinds Free. 

Or},'!inH, Ciibiiiet, Kecd Oriraiis. hav- 
ing,'- not more than two sets of 
reeds ftlO each and 15 

Ortraiis, Cabinet, havinir nvcr two 
and not more than four sets of 
reedvS %\h eudi and 15 

Or^jiins. Cabinet, havwnx over four 
and not nuire than six sets of 
reeds §20 each and 16 

Orffans. Cabinet, h.ivinjf over six 
sets of reods $530 each and 15 

Orj^Tins, Pivie, and sets or ])arts of 
sjts uf Fieeds for Cabinet ()r}>Mns. . 25 

Ornaments for ladies' liead-dressos, 
U'ilt 30 

Ornaments for ladies' head-dresses, 
j' t and steel 20 

Orn iinents for ladies' hoad-dresses, 
rubber and vulcanite 2ft 

Ottar of Roses Free 

Osiers Free 

Oxalie Acid Free 

Oxide of Mang;anese Fi"ee 



P. ■ 

■*. 

Packajjfes or cans made of tin or 
other material, containio},' fish of 
any kind adniitted free of duty 
under any existing law or treaty, 
not exceeding one quart in con- 
tents, one cent and a-half on each 
can or package ; and when exceed- 
ing one quart, an additional duty 
of one cent and a-hilf for each 
additional quart or fractit nal part 
thereof. 

Packagescontaining oysters or other 
fish, not otherwise provided for . . 25 

Pails, tubs, churns, and other manu- 
factures of wood not elsewhere 
s|)ecified 25 

Paints and Colors ground in oil or 
any other liquid 25 

Paints and Colors not elsewhere 
specified 20 

Paints and Colors, white and red 
lead, white zinc and orange min- 
erid, dry 5 

Paints and CVdors, white lead in pulp, 
not mixed with oil 5 

Paintings, Drawings, Engravings and 
Prints 20 

Paintings in Oil or Water Colors by 
artists of well known merit, or 
copies of the old masters by such 
artists Free 

Paintings in Oil or Water Colors, the > 
production of Canadian artists, 
under regulations to be made by 
the Minister of Customs Free 

Palm Leaf, unmanufactured Free 

Palm Nut cake, meal cake, cotton 
seed cake, and oil cake Free 

Pamphlets and Periodicals, not else- 
where specified 15 



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Paper hangings, or wall paper, in 
rolls, on each roll of eight yardi 
or under, and 8> In pioportion for 
all greater lengths of the following 
descriptions : — 

a. Brown blanks, 2c, 

b. White papers, grounded papers, 
and satins, 3c. 

c. Single nrint bronEes, 7c. 

d. Colored bronzes, 9o. 

c. Embossed bronzes, lie. 
/. Colored borders, narrow, 8o. 
(/. Colored borders, wide, 10c. 
h. Bronze borders, narrow, 16o. 
?. Bionze borders, wide, 18o. 
j. Enibiibsed borders, 20c. 

Paper of all kinds not elsewhere 

specifled 25 

."Manufactures of ;'?i)er, including 
ruled and bordered papers, pape- 
teries, boxed papers, envelopes, 

and blank books 86 

Paper, tarred Jc. per lb. 

Paper. Union collar cloth, in ro Is or 
8.*ieets, not glossed or finished.... 6 

Do. gl )Hsed or finished 20 

Papitjr Aliiche goods, viz :— card bas- 
kets work boxes, glove and hand- 
kerchief boxes, tea caddies, card 

boxes, etc bO 

Paper Border8,Corniee8, Edgings, etc. 
for cigar boxes, i lerf orated paper, 
confectionery paper, book-marks, 
ta>.'s, cardboard, photographic mats, 
etc., as manufactures of paper.. 35 
Paper Boxes, labeled, empty,— as 

labels 15c. per lb. and 25 

Parasols 30 

Parian Ware 20 

Paris green, dry ' 10 

Parafine Wax or Stearine . . 8 cts. per lb. 

Peach Tree§ Free 

Pearl, Mother of, unmanufactured. .Free 

Pearline 3c. per lb. 

Pears 20 

Peas 10c. per bush 

Pelts Free 

Pen Holders 30 

Pens, steel 30 

Pencil Leads 26 

Pencils, Lead, in wood or otherwise. 25 
Percussion Caps, for gun and rifle . 30 

Percussion Caps, for blasting 80 

Perfumery; including Toilet Prepa- 
rations, Hair Oils, Tooth and other 
Powders and Washes, Pomatums, 
Pastes, and all other Perfumed 
Preparations used for the hair, 

mouth and skin, cachous 30 

Perfumed Spirits, in bottles or flasks, 

not weighinir more than 4 oz 60 

Perfumed Spirits (held to include 
Bay Rum), in bottles or flasks and 
other packages weighing more than, 

4 oz. each $2.00 per I. G. and 40 

Persis, or Extract of Achill and 
Cudbear Free 



Our old friend ^^Hajor" HacNab bears testimony to the many 




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25 
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85 

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Ig or 
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s, etc. 
taper, 
larks, 
matB, 
per.. 
— as 
and 25 
.... 30 
.... 20 
.... 10 
per lb. 

Free 

red. .Free 
c. per lb. 
.... 20 
per bush 
. . . Free 

SO 

30 

.... 25 
25 
SO 
80 



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rifle . 

i>repa- 
J other 
Itums, 
jumed 
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and 40 

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p. 0. 
Petnleuin find products of, not else- 
where specified 7 l-Sc. per I. O. 

Photographic Dry Plates 

15 cIb. i»er squ ire foot 
Philosophical Instruments and Ap.ia- 
ratus, such iis are not nmnutaL'- 
tured in the Douiinion, whtjii im- 
ported by or for the useot loiletres 
and schools, scientific and literury 

societies Free 

Phosphorus Free 

Phosphorus Bronze blocks, bars, 

sheets iind wire 10 

Pianofortes, .Square, whether round- 
cornered or not, not over seven 

octaves IJ2.'S each atid 20 

Pianofortes, Square, all other 

«.S0 each and 20 
Pianofortes, Upright , . $ U) each and 20 
Pianofitrtes, Concert, Semi-concert. 

or Parlor Grand $50 each and 20 

Pianofortes, j)arts of, including brass 

avrr tfe ))ins 

Pickles in bottle, a specific duty of 
forty cents per gallon ; sixteen, 
half-pint, eight-pint, or four quart 
bottles to be held to contain a 
gallon ; in jars, bottles, or other 
vessels, the quantity to be ascer- 
tained and the same rate of duty 
to be charged thereon, the duty to 
include the bottle or other pack- 
age 40 cts per gal 

Pickles in bulk, in vinegar, or vine- 
gar and nmstard 3'> cts, per gal 

and in brine 25 cts. per gal 

Picture Frames S5 

Pictorial illustrations of insects, &c., 
when imported by and for the use 
of colleges and schools, scientific 

and literary societies Free 

Pipe Clay Free 

Pipes, briar 25 

Pipes, wooden 25 

Pipes, Clay 35 

Pipes, Meeischaum 20 

Pipes, imitation Meerschaum 35 

Pins 30 

Pistols 20 

Pitch (Pine), in packa- "s of not less 

than 15 gallons Free 

Pitch Coal 10 

Plaits, Straw, Tuscan or Grass Free 

Plaster of Paris or Gypsum, ground, 

not calcined 10 c. per hundred lbs. 

Plaster of Paris, calcined or manu- 
factured 15 cts. per 100 lbs., 

or 45 cts. per bbl. not over 300 lbs: 
Plates, engraved on Wood and Steel 

and any other metal 20 

Platinun» Wire Free 

Plated Cutlery, namely, knives, 
plated wholly, or in part, costing 
under three dollars and fifty cents 

per dozen. 50 cts. per doz. and 20 

Plated Ware, all other electro plated 
or gilt of all kinds, whether plated 
wholly or in part 30 



p. c. 

Playing Cards fl crnts per p ick. 

Potash, German Mineral Free 

Precipitate of Copper, crude Free 

Ploughs, sulky, walkiuiC, and parts.. .35 

Plumbago . . . ' 10 

Piunibav'o, all mniufactures <»f, not 

el-ewhero specified 26 

P.ush, silk, not elsewhere specifled.. 30 

Piush, cotton 20 

Pocket 'Books und Purses 30 

Pomades, French or flowerimr odors, 
pr^'served in fat or oil for the pur- 
pose of consarviny: the odors of 
flowers which do not bear the htat 
of distillation. ' i imported in 
ti'is not less th Hi .en poundseach. 15 
Pomatum, or piiste, for hair, mouth 

or skm .... 30 

Porter, Ale and Beer, imported In 
bottles (0 quarts and \i puits to 

I G.) 18c. per I. G. 

Porter. Ale and Beer, imported in 
( asks or otherwise than in bottles 

10c. per. I. G. 

Porcelain Ware .' 30 

Porcelain Lamp shades, imitation . . 20 
Posters and adveitising pictures, or 
pictorial show ctrds, or bills, illus- 
trated advertising peri idicals and 
tailors' and manufacturers' fashion 

plates 6 cents per lb., !ind 20 

Potatoes 15c. per bush 

Pt)tash, muriate and bichromate of 

crude Free 

Poultry of all kinds 20 

Powder— Gun, Rifle and Sporting 
Powder, in kegs, hilf kegs or 
quarter kegs, and other similar 

packages 5 cts. per lb. 

Cannon and .Vlusket Pflwder, in 

kegs and barrels 4 cents per lb. 

Cannister Powder, in pound and 

half-pound tins .... 15 cents per lb. 
Blasting & Mining Powder.. 3c. per lb. 
Prayer liooks, Psglm and Hymn 

books, and Bibles. ... 5 

Precious Stones, viz. : ajfate, ame- 
thyst, aqua marine, blood stone, 
carbuncle, cats eves, cameo, con ', 
cornelian, crj'stal, crysolite, cro- 
sordolite, emerald, garnet , intairlio, 
inlaid or encrusted stones, onyx, 
opal, pearl, ruby, sardonyx, sap- 
phire, topaz and turquois, not 
polished nor otherwise manufac- 
tured Free 

Agates, sapphires, emeralds, gar- 
nets and opals, polished, but not 
set or otherwise manufactured... 10 
Prints, Drawings, Engravings and 

Paintings — 20 

Printed Music, bound ov in sheets. . . 

lOe. per lb 
Printing Presses, of all kinds. Fold- 
ing Machines and Paper Cutters, 
not to include typo writers, 
electric petis, numbering machines 
or dating stamps 10 



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p. c. 
Proprietary Medli'nes, all tincturos, 
pills, pjwders, troclies or lozonxes, 
BjTupa, cordi^tl-', bitterH, anodynes, 
tonicii, plastorti, liniments, salves, 
uintments, pastes, dro))s, watera, 
essences, nils or medicinal prepa- 
rations or compfisitions, recom- 
mended to the public under any 
(fcncral name or title as s))cciflcs 
for any diseases ^r affections 
whatever, affecting the hnnmn or 
animal bodies, not otherwise pro- 
vided for, all liquid 50 

And :ill others 25 

Note- All medicinal preparations, 
whether chemical or otherwise, 
usually imported with the mime 
of the minufucturer,' shall have 
the true name of such manufac- 
turer,' and the place where they 
are prepared, jiermanently and 
letribly affixed to each parcal by 
stamp, I ibel i»r otherwise ; and 
all medicinal preparations im- 
ported withnut such names so 
affixed shall be furfeited. 
Prune'la, for boots, shoes and u'loves 10 
Prunell.i of cotton. .2c. persq. yd. and 15 
Pumice and Pumice Stone, ground or 

v.iiy:round Free 

Pumps, iron, pitcher, spout, cistern, 

well and force pumps 35 

Pumps, Ste.im 30 

Putty 25 



Quer, citron, or extract of Oak Bark..Fret 

Quick Silver Free 

Quills in thdr natural state or un 

pi umed Free 

Quills, others 20 

Quinine, Sulphate of, in powder. . ..Free 

R. 

Rasps .-. 35 

Rags of cotton, linen, jute and hemp, 
paper waste or clippings, and waste 
of any kind fit only for manufac- 
ture of paper Free 

Rakes, garden 5 cts. each and 25 

Knilway Cars 30 

Rape Seed 20 

Raspberry and Blackberry Bushes . . Free 

Rattans, unmanuf ictured Free 

Rattan, split or otherwise, m muf'd.. 25 

Re tjiers and parts 35 

Ueceipts, printed, ithogranhed or 
copper or steel-plate receipts .... 35 

Red Prupsiate of Potash 10 

Red Lead 5 

Red L'quor, a crude acet te of 
aluminium prepa ed from physo- 
ligneous acid, for dying and ca ico 

printir.g . . Free 

Redwood Planks and Boards, sawn, 

but not further man ufactured Free 

Re ds, unmaiiufactm ed Free 

Rennet, raw or prepared Free 



V. V. 

Resin, prepared foi violin bows .... 20 
Resin in packa'.,'08 of not less than 15 

irallons Free 

Retorts, pans, condensers, tubing 
and pipe, made of p atinum. when 
imported by manufacturers of 
sulphuric a<vd for use in their 
works in the manufacture of con- 
centration of sulphuric acid Free 

Revolvers 20 

Rhubarb Root Free 

Ribbons of all kinds and materials.. 30 

Rice 1 J ct. per lb 

Rice, uncleaned, unhuUed or paddy, 
when importi'd direct from the 

placa of growth 17i 

Rice Flour 2 cts. per lb. 

Rifles 20 

Rivets, bolts & washers . . 1 ct per lb & 25 
Roots, mcdicmd, viz.. Aconite, Cil- 
umb.i. Ipecacuanha. Sarsaparilla, 
Squills, Taraxacum, or Dmdelion 

Root. Valerian Free 

Rose Wiiter, without spirits 30 

Rose Bushes Free 

Rough on Rats 20 

Rum (see Spirits) SI. 75 per I. G. 

Rye 10 cts.. pet bush 

Rye Flour 50 cts. per bbl 

Rubber Clotii f)C. per yd. 15 

RnV)ber Clothing 35 

Rubber bjltin:,', hose, packing, mats 

and mattiiig .5 cts per lb and 15 

Rubber, minufatures of, N. E S. . . 25 
This includes >ill elastic webs »( all 
kinds and width-*, rubber tissue 
of every description. 
Rubber, h ird, crude, it sheets, plain 

or nM>iIiled • Free 

Rec'veieu Rubber and lubber sub- 
stitute Free 

8. 

Sadrllery 35 

Safes. Iron, and doors for safes and 

vaults 35 

Saffron Cake Fiee 

Saffron and Safflower, extract of Free 

Sago 20 

Sago Flour 2 cts. per lb. 

Sails for boats and ships 25 

Sal Ammoniac Free 

Sal Sod I Free 

Salt, imported from the United King- 
dom or ! ly Brit'sh possession, or 
importeo lOr the use of the Sea or 

Gulf Fis eries Free 

.Salt, coarNe (uxiept SaU. imported 
from the United K n;d mi or any 
British p «ssc8sion, or imported for 
the use «'f the !=ea or Gulf Hsheries, 
not otherwise provided for, which 
shall be free from duty), and all 

fine silt ill bulk 10 cts. per 100 lbs. 

Salt In b.";;s, barrels and other pack- 
aufes. ("arrelsor other packages 
to bear the same duty as if in 'port- 
ed empty) 15 cts. per 100 lbs. 



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C il- 
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Free 

.'."."■ 20 
5 per I G- 
pet bush 
;t8. per bbl 
per yd. 15 

/, mats 
"ih add 15 
E S. . . 25 

tissue 

^;^:''';Free 

cr sub- 
Free 

35 

^\q^ a»d _ 

"Fice 
:tof.:..Fr^ 

2 cts. per lb. 

2o 

. ..Free 
"...Free. 

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Free 

lim ported 

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Ixivted for 
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P. o. 

Salt Cake, beins; i sulphate of soda, 
when iiii|)<ii'ted h.v tn inufaelurors 
i>f Kla4.s anil Hmip for Iheir own use 

ii their wui Uh Free 

Silt.)otre 20 

Sanu Free 

Sand paper, j,'lass and emery impcr 

una oli>th • SO 

Sapollo .Sc. lb. 

Satin, black and (;(»'riie(l 30 

•Sauce'i and t'atsups.in bottle, 40 cts. 

per Qui. anil 20 

(Sixteen hail int, ei«ht pint, or 
four qn.ut bott cs to be held to con- 
tain a ^ralloti.) 
San»iam'e Skins or Cas wi^a, not 

cleaned Free 

Sawdust iif boxwood, cherr.v, w.dnut, 
chestnut, unmwood, niiibo;fan.>/, 
pitoh-pine, rojiewoml, sandal- wood, 
Spanitth cedar, oak, hickorv .md 

whitewood Free 

Sawdust, all other 25 

Satchels, valises and carpet bay:s, 10 

c. each 30 

Saws (tf all kinds 30 

.Saw Milks, iiortable und puts 35 

Sca'cs, li'i'ances, wci;;hin;f beams and 

Bti-elyards 35 

Screws, steel or iron, called wood- 
scrtws two inches or over in 
length, 6 cts. pQr lb., one inch and 
less than two inches, 8 cts per 
lb., leas than one inch, 11 cts. per lb. 
Screws of iron, steel, brass, or other 
metal not otherwise provided for .. 35 

Scythes $2.40 per doz. 

Sea-frrass Free 

Seal-skin, imitations In vv'ixd to be 

classed as cl<)akin<;s. . . .T^c. per lb. 20 
Sea-weed, moss, and all other ve^et- 
Hble substances used for beds and 
mattrasses, in their natural state, 

or onl.v cleaned Free 

Seeds—Flower, Garden, Field and 
other Seeds, for agricultural pur- 
poses not otherwise provided for, 
when in bulk or other large 

parcels 15 

Seeds, the same in small papers or 

;)arcel8 25 

Seeds, Anise, Coriander, Cardamon, 

Fennel and Fenugruk. . . Free 

Seeds, viz. : — Clover, grass and fiower, 
Canary, Chia, Cotton, ,Jute, Mus- 
tard (brown and white). Sesame, 
Sugar beet. Sugar cane seed, and 
seeds of fruit and forest trees not 

edible Free 

Seeds, aromatic, which are not edible 
and are in a crude s'ate, and not 
advanced in value or condition by 
reflninif or grinding, or oy any 
other process of munufacture (in 
addition to those already on the 
free list), viz. : — Anise-star, Cara- 
way and Cummin seeds and 
Tonquin b^ans Free 



p 0. 

Seeds. Mustard, ground 25 

Senna ir, loaves Free 

Separators and parts 35 

S same Seed Oil 20 

Settlers' EtTe ts -Wearln,' ap{)are1, 
household furniture, professional 
books, implements and tools of 
tr.idc, occupation or euiplo.yinent, 
which thi! settlor has had in actual 
use for at least si.x months before 
rcmoviil to Canada, musical instru- 
ments, ilomestic sewin/ m ichines, 
live stock, carts and other vehicles, 
and a,'ricu tural iin|ilemontsin use 
bv the settler at le .st one .ve.tr be- 
fore his lemoval lo Canada, not to 
include n)a(.hinery, or articles 
imported for use in any manufac- 
tor.\', estabiishmetit, or for sale ; 
provided that any duti ib!e article 
entered as Settlers' ICffects cannot 
be so entered unless brought with 
the settler oil his first ivrrivd, and 
shall not be sold or othv;rwise dis- 
[1 >sod of- without pasment of duty 
until two years' actual use in Ct- 
nada, provided also that under 
regulations made by the Minister 
of Customs, live stock, when im- 
ported into .Manitoba or the North- 
west Territorios, by intending 
settlers, shall be free, until other- 
wise ordered by the Oovernor-in- 

Couicil Free 

Sewer Pipes, jilazed 35 

Sewing Machines, whole, or heads or 
parts of heads of sewing machines, 

^3 each and 20 
Sewing Machines, parts of, viz :— 
Stands imported separately to be 

treated as castint's 80 

^lade Rollers, to be rated according 
• to material. 

Shawls, silk 30 

Shawls, all kindsexcept silk 25 

Shellac, white, for manufacturing 

purposes Free 

Sheet Iron hollow-ware andAil manu- 
factures of sheet Iron, N. E. S 30 

Shingles 20 

Ships and other vessels, built in any 
foreign country, whether steam or 
sailing vessels, on application for 
Canadian Register, on the fair 
market value of the hull, rigging, 
and all appurtenances excepting 

machinery 10 

On bi»iler8, steam engines and 

other machinery 25 

Shirts, linen or cotton 

Shoes and boots, leather and rubber 25 

Shoe laces - 30 

Shoe Hnings, twilled cotton 

Ic. per square yard and 15 

Shoe linings, colored jeanettes 20 

Shoe polish 30 

Shot, lead IJ cts per lb 

$1 per doz. and 30 

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[1890 



P. c. 

Shot uuns 20 

Show ( ast'S, of any nmterinl 

a vitu-h and 35 
Shovols aiitl Spa4los..81 pordoz. atid 25 
ShouUloi'H iiiiil tildcH, fruHh, Halted, 

dried or ainuked 2(!. por II) 

Shrubs & (recs, orniinient il itshiidf. Free 

Silox or ('rvHtiilized (^u irtz Free 

Silk TwiHt 'and Sewin- Silk 25 

Silk rmbrolliiH 30 

tiilk TasselH, C'ordx and Tassels, and 

(iirdlu 30 

Silks, raw, or as reeled fruni the 

cocoon, not hi ntt' donhltid, twisted, 

or advanced i\. mivtmfaoturc in any 

Wiiy, silk (.'Ouoon and silk waste . . Free 

Silk Filoselle and etnbroiderin.r silks 25 

Silk i)lnsli neftiny, used for the ma- 

nufaoturo of Kh'^cs^ 1^ 

Silk Velvets, and all nMniif;icturcs of 
Silk, of which Silk Is the conipo- 
ponent p^rt of chief value, except 

Church Vestments 30 

Silk in the 1,'uni, not more advanced 
than sinjfles. trim, and thrown 

orifanzinc, not colored 15 

Silk, miinufiicUires of, embrace jyros 
fffain, ducape, barathea, cashmere, 
irros do Naples, black and culored : 
black and colored Torqnoise, Siitins, 
snrse'icts, Pers ans. ])0|ilinsand ill 
other piece ifoods of which silk ia 
the comi)onent jmrt of chef value : 
all silk clothing, velvets, terries, 
rii»bons. cords, pirdles, tasseia, 
shawls. hosiiMy and underclothinir, 
tics, scarfs, l)ows, ferrets, handker- 
chiefs, mantillas or jackets, silk 
war)) piramiitta, silk tapestry, silk 

work alp-ica, etc 30 

Silver and German Silver, in sheets 

for manufacturinff purposes Fro« 

Silver or Gold Coins, except Uiiitdd 

States silver coin Free 

Silver Leaf, for painters and ^ddcrs. 25 

Silvered Plate 30 

Skates of all kinds 

20 cts per pair and 30 
Skins, undressed, dried, salted or 

pickled Free 

Slate Pencils 20 

Slates, school and writing,' slates 

1 ct. each and 20 

Slate Mantels 30 

Slates, Rooflnur Slate, black or blue 

80 cts. per square 
Slates, Roofinj,' SI ite, red. irreen or 

other colors 81 per square 

In each case when split or dressed 
only. 
Slates of all kinds, and manufacturps 

of, not elsewhere specified . 

1 ct. v>er sq. ft. and 25 

Snuff and manufactured tobacco 

30 cts. per lb. ar.d 12^ 

Sle=p:hs 30 

So.T.p, common, brown, and yellow, 
not perfumed 1^ cL. jMr lb 



P. 0. 

Soap, Hoft and liquid (not por- 

fumed 20 

.Soap, castllo and white 2 cts. por lb 

.Soap, costile, in cakcn for toilet use 

10 ct«. lb. and 10 

Soap, perfumed and toilet 

10 cts per lb and 10 

The weiirht of tiie inside packages 

and wrappers to be included in 

the wcijiht for duty. 

Socks and sto .kinj^H of cottoP; wool, 

worsted, the hair cf the alpaca 

ifoat or other like anim d 

10 cts. per lb. and SO 

Soda Ash Free 

Sod I (Jaustic Free 

Soda, Silicate of Free 

Sndiuni. sulph d of Free 

Soda watc fountains 36 

Spani.«h o. espiirto irrass), and other 
tfrasses and pulp of, for the manu- 
facture of piper Free 

Spectacles and oye-^lasses 30 

Spectacles and eyejflasses, parts of, 

unfinished 25 

Spelter in blocks or pitfs Free 

Sperm oil 20 

Spar >;'oods 30 

Spices— ifinjrer and spices of all kinds 
(except mace and nutme),'8) un- 

i^round 10 

Spices, as above, gnamd 25 

Spices, nutmeg's and mace 26 

Spikes and n.iils, cut Ic. per lb. 

Spikes and nails, wrouirht and 
pressed, whether i;alvanize<l or 
))i>t..lic. per lb. but not less than 35 
Spikes and Nulls, composition and 
sheathinjT 20 

Spirits and Stronj,' Waters, not havinjf 
been sweetened or nuxed with any 
article, so that the des^ree of 
fitren^'th thereof cannot he ascer- 
tained by Syke's Hydrometer, for 
every Imperial jfallon of the 
8tren;,'th of proof by such Hydro- 
mot r, and so in proportion for 
any ^jreater or less strenfjth than 
a ]y:allon, viz :- 

Geneva jfin, rum, whiskey, alcohol 
or spirits of wine, unet'umerated, 
unmixed and not sweetened spirits, 

bv whatever name so c iMed 

$1.75 per I ji,al 

Spirits, Brandy $2.00 per I jral. 

Spirits, old torn jfin $1.75 per I gal. 

Spirits, sweetened <>r mixed so that 
the (letrree of strenjrth cannot be 
ascertained as aforesaid, viz; — rum- 
shrub, cordials, schcidam schnaps, 
tiffa, bitters and unenumerated 
articles of like kind . . . .$1.90 per I gal. 

Spirits, stronj; waters imported into 
Canada, mixed with any injfredient 
or Infjredicnts, and although there- 
by cominj- under the denoudnalion 
of patent Medicines, Tinctures, Ess- 



SIMSON'S TOLU AND ANISEED HAS PROVED ITS WORTH 



PAX. 



For OfHoe RoqiifNltcM at right prices go to T. C. ALLGN A CO. 



1890 



p. 0. 

...20 
H. por lb 

and 10 

and 10 

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ALMANACK. 



143 






rOKTH 



p. 0. 
iMioon.Extr.ietH (»r any other denom- 
ination, indudlnu'ni'-diLin il uHxirx 
and fluid uxtmcts, whether in bnllc 
«»r bottio, not olaowhoru HpucltU'd, 
Hhull be, iievurthulfMs, doomed 
spiritHorHtronu walurn, and8iil)Jet:t 
to Maine duly. ..$2.00 por I i^ai. a"d 30 
Splritn and utrong waters not eldo- 

where dpoi-iflod $1.90 per I. ual. 

Spirit:) uf turpentine 10 

S|>dnt!t 25 

Spolteii, huba, fellouH, rough nr sawn 

only l.** 

Sp<)l<e:<, hubii, felloes 25 

Sponges "20 

Spoons, tinned 3 > 

SpotMiH, plated HD 

Springs for window rollor."* 31 

Siring!) for >ofa and bod 35 

Springx, railway . 35 

Spuia siilts, UH'd in the ni mufiuluro 

nf oirthenwiiie Free 

Staroh.Curn Starch '>r Flour, F.irina, 
and all preparatio la having tho 



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Stay t ipoi 2.> 

St ly laoes 30 

Stearino 3o, por lb. 

Sti'ol (-eo iron and steel ma-uif.) 

Steel, liifoinoii\e tires in rough. .. .Free 

S oel, for sawg and straw cutters, 

out to shape only Free 

Stjel rolled rods under half an iu'ili 
ill diameter or under half :in inch 
square, when imported by knob 
or lojk in.inut'a turors or cutlers 
for u<o exclusively in .such maim- 
faotures in their own factories. . . .Free 
Steel wire, galvanized or not, 15 

guagi3 and c >arsei' 25 

Stool wire, i^alvanizod or tinned, 16 

uu (go uid .smaller Free 

Steel plates for ships Free 

Steam engines, portable 35 

Steel ra Is, weighing n jt lo;s than 
twenty-ilve pou idaperk-nial ,\ard, 

for use in railway tracks Free 

Steei valued at two ami a half tents 
per pound and upwards for u.se in 

the manufacture of skates Free 

Steel bowls for oroam sop irators. Free 
Stool for the manufacture of files, 
when imjiorted by file manufac 
turers for use in their factories . . Free 
fetoel of No. 2l> g.uge and thinner, 
but not thinnerthaii No. 30 gauge, 
to be Used in the manufacture of 
corset steels, clock springs and •*hoe 
shanks, when imported by the 
mannf.ictiu'ers of such articles for 

use in their factories Free 

Steel, in shents of not less than 11 
nor over 18 wire gauge, and cost- 
ing not less than $75 per ton of 
2240 lbs., when imported by manu- 
facturers of shovels and spades for 
use e,\clusively in such manufac- 
ture in their own factories Free 



20 



30 



StuelyardH, to ho Included in the 
item scales, h il:tncoH and weighing 
beams 

Stero.-'^ypes, and cloctrotypoH < f slan- 
dani liooks, except thoMe of advor- 
tisin/ books, almanacs a-id sheets. 

Stereotypes and elootn/tyues for 
comnieix'ial blanks and advortise- 
inonts 20 

Stereotypes and o'eotrotypes and 
b.iHon for 8 line, mado wholly or in 
part of typo metal, N. K. 8 

Stoves and other oaHtinirs and forg- 

iiigs not elsewhere specKled 

$16 per ton, but not less than 

Stovo bolts and nuts, and all bolts 
aid rivets less than thric-cighths 

of an inch in diame er 

licts. per lb. and 33 

Stone, burr, in blocks, rouirh or 
manufactured, and not bound into 
mill stones '. . . Free 

Stone, rough fio.isfcono. sandstone, 
and all other building stone, ex- 
cept .Marble from tho nuariy, not 
hammered or chiselled, (13 cubic 
foot to ton).. . .- #1 per ton. 

Stone, dressed Freestone and all 
other buiidiugHt.o'io except marble, 
and all manufactures of Stone or 
(Jr.ii)lie 20 

Stone, W'aterlime or Cement Stone, 
(hoc cement) 81 per ton. 

Stone, litho.;r iphic, not engraved.. 20 

Stone, Grindstones 42 per ton. 

Straw bo ird in sheets or roils, pi lin 
r)r tarred 40 cts. per 100 Ihs. 

Studs, ahirt or collar of all kinds. ... 20 

Sugar, ujoiado, concentrated mclado, 
c mejuice, coiiccitrated mo anses, 
coiioeiitrated beet root Juice and 
concrete, when imported direct 
from the countr;; jf growth and 
production, for rofiitin,' purposes 
on'y, not over number 14 D. S. in 
color, and not testing over 70 
do.'rees by the polaiisoope. 1 cent 
pyr pound, and for every ^idditional 
de.;iee. shown b\' polaiisoope test, 
tareeand one-third cents per one 
hjtidreii pounds, additional. 

Sugar, not for refining purposoa. not 
ov r 14 D. S. in color, when im- 
ported diiectfroni the otmntry of 
growth and produrtion, 1 cent per 
lb, and 30 per cent, on the v.ilue 
thereof free on board at last port 
of shipment. 

Sugar above number 14 D. S. in color, 
and refined suuar of all kinds, 
gr.ides or standards, Ij cts per lb 
and 35 ^^er cent on the value there- 
of free on board at the last port of 
shipment. 

On sugars not imported direct 
without transhipment from the 
country of growth and pnxluc- 
tion, there shall be levied an ad- 



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p. 0, 

dttlonfti rluty of 7i por cent of 
the whoUiduty hh othorwisu pay- 
al)li! tJii'noii. 

Sutfar ('.iiuly, hiown or wliite, iiiul 
Confectluiiery, 1 Jc. per lb. and 'Aft 

Su r.kf, Krapo or ifhicoHO, to bj 
clas^iid and ratod fur duty on 
siitfivr necordiiii; ti) >frado by 
Put 'h Standard in uolir. 

8iii(;ir (»f milk 20 

Siilpliato of Iron (copponiH) r''(,ot! 

Hulphor ill rtdl or Hour Frut! 

Su!id.iy-m;hool card.s or devotional 
cards 6 ctn. por lb. and 20 

Suspendorn of all kinds 35 

Siiporphispliiitcs, or manufactured 
m.i'itiro 20 

Surgical inKtruiiients ) The caHos.... 3i) 
in cases . . f The iiistruits. 2(" 

Siir^ML'.i! inntriimciits and deiitnl iii- 
strumoiits. polished bteul 20 

Siir^fical iiihtruii)cnt!<, |)liited on steel 20 

Siir>{ieal iiiHtniiiionts, riilibor 25 

Syrups, Cane .liiico, Refined Syrup, 
SiiKarhouseSyrup.Syrupof .Suirar, ^ 
.Syrup of Molasses or Sorrfbuin, 
whellier imported direct or not. . . 

let. por lb. and 30 

Molassea, when imported direct '..itli- 
out transhipment from country of 
growth or production, Ij j)or cent 
on the value thereof free on board. 

Molasses when not so importeu 20 
per cent, 

Syrups, Glucose 2 cents per lb 

Provided that when any cirijo of 
su^iir importer' for refiniiif,' pur- 
pouja is found to irrade, in i)art, ' 
abov nunibor 14 I). S. in color, 
•ucli part to the extent of not 
exccoliny l.'i per cent of the 
whole catKo may bo admitted to 
entry by pol»rUeoi)ic test. 

The value upon which the ad 
valorem duty shall l)e levied and 
collected upon all the above 
named syrups and molasses, 
shiill be the value thereof free 
on board at the hist port of 
shipment. 

Provided that molasses, when im- 
ported for or received into any 
refinery or euijar fact iry, or to 
be used for any other purpose 
than actual consumption, shall 
be subject to, and there sh.ili be 
levied and collected thereon an 
additioMiil duty of 5 cents per 
Imperial gallon. 

Provided thit the chinge in the 
rates of duty on 8u;;ar and mo- 
lasses shall apply only to inipor- 
titions arriving in Cariadi on 
and after the 3 1st day of Marjh, 
1886, tMid not such articles ware- 
housed ptior to that date. 



T. 



p. ') 



Tacks, brnds and sprite^ "ut, not ex- 
ouediii); sixteen ounoea to the 

thousand 2 ots. per 1000 

Kxceedinif sixteen ouncen . 2 cts per Ih. 
Tarpaulin, plain coated with oil, 
paint, tar, or other composition.. 3.^ 

Tails, undroHStHl Free 

Tallow 1 ct. por lb. 

Tintplco, white and black Free 

Tanners' Hark Free 

Taniiiiii^: or dyeing articleH in crude 
state, used in dyeint; ur tanning, 

not elsewhere Hpeclfled Free 

Tapioca 20 

Par (Pine), In packa/oa of not lesa 

than flftei-n ^fallons Free 

Tar and pitch, coal 10 

Taifxiiif,' .Metal, ))laln, Japaimed or 
coated, in coils not over 1} inches 
in width, when imported by 
nianufacturer.1 of shoe and corset 
lace, for use In their fautorien.. . .Free 

Tea • Free 

Tea, when imported from the U. S. . 10 

Teasels Free 

Telephones 2B 

Tele/raph instruments 25 

Tents and awnin^^a 25 

Terra- Japoniciv Free 

Terra alba 20 

Ton a Cotta Ware 30 

Thimbles, Gold or Silver 20 

rhimbles. Steel or Plated 30 

rhreshiiiif machines and parts 35 

rickin;; for tents. .2c. per sq. yd. and 15 
Timber and lumber, planks and 
boards sawn, of boxwood, cherrv, 
walnut, chestnut, ipuho^any, pitch- 
pine, rosewood, uandal-wood, Span- 
ish cedar, oak, hickory and white 
wood, not sh ipen, planed or other- 
wise manufactured Free 

Timber and lumber, not elsewhere 

specified 20 

Tin, in blocks, pi^a, bars, platea, 

sheets Free 

Tin Crystals 20 

Tinfoil Free 

Tin all manufactures of not elsewhere 

specified 25 

Tinware, Stamped and Japanned 

ware 25 

Tinned Iron Spoones 30 

Tobacco manufactured and Snuff,.. 

30c. per lb. and 12^ 
Tobacco, unmanufactured for Excise 
purposes, under conditions of Act 

31 Vic. Cap. 51 Free 

Toilet and tooth powders, and other 
perfumed prepai ationa for mouth, 

hair and skin 30 

Ton.atoes 30 o. per bush and 10 

Tomatoes and other veijetables, in- 
cludinsi- Corn, in cans, wei^hinjj not 
over one pound, 2 cents per can, 
and 2 cents additional per can for 



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p. c, 
«ft<;h |)Oun<l or (notion of u, pound 
over one potitnl in w«i^ht. 

Tiiol bswkottj 10 otH. onrh anil 3'1 

Tiiotl) uiul tollot powdorH, and other 

WUNhcH SO 

TortoiHe and "thor Shells Frei> 

TowcIh <>( every «losiTlpti<»n 25 

To.VH of any nuiterliil 80 

Triivell»T8' Uairirmje, under reurulu- 
tlons to be |irencrliK!<l hy the MIn- 

later of CiiHtoms Fre<! 

TruclnK cloth U\ per sq. yd & 16 

Tret'H, (ihriihM and plantH, viz. :- 
A|)i»l\(heiry, I'ench, Pear, Plum, 
Quince, and all i>thi r fruit treen 
and the needlntr Htork of the name. 
Blackliorry, Currant, (Joosohorry, 
Rawpbeij . and Kosebushes, Grape 

and Strawberry vineH Free 

Trees, 8hadi', lawn and ornamental, 

shrubs and plants Free 

Trees, Forest, when Imported Into 
the Province of Manitoba, or the 
North-west Territory, for planting. Free 

Tree nails Free 

Trunks of all kinJs 30 

TrnsHos, all kit.ds 25 

Tublnif, britsH, He.unleRs drawn 10 

Tubing, brass, plain and fp"''y 10 

Tubln><, copper, senmless dtiiwn .... 1 j 
Tuties, boiler of wrought iron or 

steel 15 

Tubes, not welded, nor more than 
one and one-half inch in diameter 

of rolled steel 15 

Lip-wolded iron tubing, threaded 
and coupled, or not, one and one- 
quarter inch in diameter and ovtr, 
but not over two inohes, for use 
exclusively In arte-.ian wells, 
petroleum pipe lines and for petrol- 
eum refiners 20 

Tubing, wrought iron, threaded and 
eoupied. or not, over two inches 

in diameter 16 

Other wrought iron tubes or pipes. . 

Six-tenths c. per lb. and 30 
Tubs, jiails, churns, and other manu- 
factures of wood, not elsewhere 

specified 25 

Turmeric .^ Free 

Tifrpentine, raw or crude Free 

Turpentine, Spirits of 10 

Turtles Free 

Twines, of all kinds, not otherwise 

specified 25 

Tufts of wool or cotton 20 

Tufts of lenther 26 

Tvi)e for printing 20 

Type Metiil 10 

Type Writing Machines 30 

u. 

Umbrellas, all kinds 30 

Union Collar Cloth, paper, in rolls 

or sheets, not glossed < r finished . . 5 

Do. !,dossed or fiuished 20 



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p. 0. 



V'alontlnoii 0. lb. and 20 

Vaccine tuid Ivory vaccine |K)inU). .Free 

Valerliin Hoot Free 

Vali»e«, Hatchi-ls and carpet bugii, 
cases for Jewels and watches, and 
other like articles of any material 

10 c". each and 30 
Varnish, black and bright, for ships' 

use Free 

Varnish, Lacquers, Japan and Collo- 
dion, Japan, Japiin driers, liquid 
driers, iind oil finish, not elsewhere 

specified 20c. per I. (J. and 25 

Varnish cut with spirit. . . .il.Wi per I. O. 
Vasseline, and all sindlar prepara- 
tions of petroleum (or toilet, medi- 
cinal or other purposes, in bulk.. 

4c. per lb 
In bottles or packages, not over 
one pound in weight each . . . .flc. per lb 
Vegetables, not otherwise provided 

for, liicludniir sweet potatoes 25 

Vegetables, viz. :— Citrons, Melons, 

and Yams Free 

Vegetable Fibre, natural, not pro- 
duced by any chemical j)rocos8. . . . Free 

Velocipedes 30 

/elvet, silk 80 

v'elvet, cotton 20 

Velveteens 20 

v'eneers of Wood, sawn only 10 

v'enoers of Ivory, sawn only Free 

Verdigris, or sub-acetate of copper, 

dry Free 

Vermonth Bitters or Wine. 81.90 per 1. 0. 

Vineaar 15 cts. per Imp. gal. 

V'iti lol, Blue Free 

Vises 80 

W. 

Wads, gi.n.. rated accordin^f to material 

Waggons 36 

Walking sticks 26 

Washers, bolts, .Tnd rivets, iron and 

steel ) ct por lb nnd 25 

Wi\ste, cotton, linen, jute, hemp, and 
paper of all kinds fit only for man- 
ufacture of paper ! Free 

Watches and watch cases 25 

Watch actions, or mo\ emonts 10 

Wat(;h keys, steel or bra.ss 30 

Water-pipes of cast iron 

$12 per ton, but nut less than 35 

Whale-bone, unmanufactured Free 

Wheat 15 cts. per bush. 

Wheels, wood spokes, hubs and fel- 
loes, fini-shed 25 

Wheelbarrows and like articles 30 

Whips 30 

Whip-gut or cat-gut, utmianufac- 

tured Free 

Whiskey, (see "Spirits,". $1 75 per I. G. 

White lead and red lead, dry 6 

Whiting or wbiteninj.' Free 

Whitening, prepared 20 

Willow for Basket Makers Free 



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BELCHERS* FARMERS 



[1890 



p. c. 
Willow-work— Osier or willow-work, 
lined or unlinert, funiii<hed or un- 
furnished 25 

Winceys, checked, striped or fancy 

cotton, over 25 inches wide 

2c. |)er sq. yd. and 15 
Window blind rollers, uniinished. . . 30 

Do, finished 35 

Wincej's of all kinds nut otherwise 

provided for 22A 

Wines cf all kinds, except Sparkliiijf 
Wines, imludin;; trini^^er, oran<jfe, 
lemon, strawberry, ntspberry, elder 
and currant, eontaininij 20 per cent, 
or less of spirits of stren;;th of 
proof, by Sykes Hydrometer, 
imported in wood or bottles, (six 
quarts or twelve pints to Imperial 

gallon 25 cts. pyr I. G. 

And for each degree of strength of 
spirit in excess of 26 percent, unt.l 
it reaches 40 per cent. 3 cents iier 
I. G. for each dcree. 

And in addition thereto 30 

All Li'piors imported under the 
name of Wines, and coniainiog 
more than forty jier cent of spirits 
of the strength of proof by Syke's 
Hydrometer, sh ill ha nited us une- 
numer.ited Spirits. 

Champagne and all other Sparkling 
Wines, in bottles, ontaining eajh 
not more th d) one <ju irt, and more 
th m one pint $3 per doz. bottles 

Champagne. cont;iining not more 
than one pint a id mure than half 
pint ."51.50 per doz. bottles 

Champ igne, containing not more 
than hilf pint 7.-)C. per doz. bott'.ei 

Wines, buttles cont lining mure than 
one quart each, shall pay in ad- 
dition to three dollars per dozen 
bottles, at the rate of one doll .r 
and fifty cents per Imi)ei ial gallon 
on the quantity in excess of «>tie 
quart per buttle and in addition 
to the above specific duties an ad 
valorem duty shall be added of 30 

Wire, iron and steel, tinned, galva- 
nized or not, 15 uuage or larger. . . 25 

Wire, inm and steel, tinned, ualva- 
nized or not,smallerthan 16 .iauge.Free 

Wiie,, barbed fencing of iron or steel. 

1 J cts per lb. 

Wire, buckthorn and strip fencing of 
iron and steel 1^ cts per lb. 

Wire, iron, manufactures of, not 
elsewhere specified 30 

Wire of brass > >r copper, round ur flat.Free 

Wire Cloth, Brass and Copper 20 

Wire Work, ornarajntai iron, sema- 
phore wire 25 

Wire of spring steel, cup|)ered, or 
tinned, number^ !ind smiiller ... 20 

Wire, covered with cotton, linen, silk 
or other m terial 25 

Wire Window Screens 35 

Wood, and manufactures of,not else- 



p. 0. 

where specifled-this includes walk- 
ing canes, osier or willow work, 
unlined or lined, furnished or un- 
furnished, dressing cases, caddies, 
egt: stands, Vread plates, book 
Slides, card racks, wall brackets, 
games, stationery racks, splints.. 25 

Wood, lojs, and roui.d and unmanu- 
factured timber, not elsewhere 
specified Free 

Woods, not further manufactured 
than sawn or split, viz, : African 
Teak, Hlnck Heirt, Ebony, Lignum- 
vitae, Red Cedar and Satin Wood. Free 

Wood, for fuel, when imported into 
Manitoba and the Nurth-West. . . .Free 

Wooden Ware, Pails, Tubs, Churns, 
Brooms, and other Manufactures 
of Wood not elsewhere specified . . 26 

Wool, nimianufactnied, Hnir of Al- 
paca Goat and other like anima's.Free 

Wool, class one, viz. : Leicester, Cota- 
wold, Lincolnshire, South Down 
Combing Wnols, or Wouls knuvvn 
as Lustre Wools, and all othe 
like Combing Wools surh as are 
grown in Canada 3 cents per lb 

Wool ani Woolens, Mann actnred 
composed wholly or in part of 
Wool, Worsted. Hair of Aljtaia 
Goat, or other like animals, viz : 
lilankets and Flannels. ,.>f every de- 
scription, Cloths, Doeskins, Ca-isi- 
mors, Tweeds, Coatings, Overcoat- 
ings, c'o kings, Ko t cicth of every 
description, nut elsewhere speci- 
fied^ Horse Colin Cloth, Y.irn, 
Knitting Yarn, Fingering Yiirn, 
Worsted Yarn. Knitted Goods, viz: 
Shirts, Drawers and Hosiery not 
elsewhere specified. .7^ cts, per lb. 

and 20 
Includes skirtings, union skirtinj-s. 
imitat'on sealskin m wuol, wool 
tartan plaids, if they can be used 
for shirtiiiirs, fleecj' crewels, royal 
Saxony, Germantown, Shetland 
and fairy wo'>ls, and woolen baize. 

Clothing, reidy-made, and Wearing 
Ajjparel, of every description, in- 
cluding Cloth C ips, and vPoise 
Clothing, shaped , composed wholly 
or in p.irt of wool, worsted, the 
hair of Alpaca goat or other like 
animal, made up by the tailor, 
seamstress or manufacturer, not 

otherwise provided for 

10 cts. per lb. and 25 
Comprises all ready-niiide clothing 
for men and boys of cloth, mantles 
and cloiks of cloth, imitation seal- 
skin (of wool) ; ladies' felt skirts, 
bulmoral skirts; flannel or union 
shirts ; any other article composed 
of wool, or wool and cotton, made 
up or manufactured wholly or in 
part by the tailor, seamstress or 
manufacturer. 



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p. c. 
Woollens— 155. All fabrics composed 
whollj' or in part of wool, worsted, 
the hair of the Alpaca ^oai or other 
like animal, not otherwise pro- 
vided for, OM a'l such goiids cost- 
ini,' ten cents per 3ard and undt*r. 22^ 

156. Costlnif over ten and uhder 

f • lurteen cents 25 

157. Costing fourteen cents and over 27^ 
As regards items 155, 1.'6 and 157, * 

the half-penny sterling shall he com- 
puted as the equivalent nf a cent, 
and large suuis in sterling money 
shall be computed at the same ratio. 

Woollen Rags Free 

Woolen and cotton netting for gloves 10 

Wool imitation seal skin 

7ic. per lb. and 20 
Worsted Plush for upholstering pur- 
puses 20 

Y. 

Yams Free 

Yarns, knitting cottons, not bleached, 
dyed or colored. . . .2c. per lb. and 15 



P.O. 

Yarns, hosiery, cotton, not bleached, 

dyed or colored. . . .2c. per lb. and 15 
Yarns, cotton, all <>ther8 under No. 
40 iiot bleached, dyed or colored . . 

2u. per lb. and 15 
Yarns; coiton, knitting hosiery and 
all others, if bleached, dyed or 

colored 3c. per Ih. and 15 

Yarns, wool, all kinds.. 7^1'. per lb. and 20 < 

Yarns, worsted 7^0. per lb. and 20 

Yarns, cnir Free 

Yenst cakes and compressed yeust in 
packages or bulk o/ one pound and 

( iver . " 6 cts per lb. 

Yeast cakes in packages of less than 

one pound Sets per lb. 

Yellow Metal, in bolts, bars, and for 
sheathing Fret 

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Zinc, in blocks, pigs and sheets Free 

Zinc, seamless drawn tubing 10 

Zinc, chloride, salts, and sulphate of o 
Zinc, manufactures of, not elsewhere 
specifled 25 



All goods not enumerated in this Act or any other Act as charged with any 
duty of Customs, and not declared free of duty by this Act, shall be charged with 
a duty of twenty percent, ad valorem, when imported into Canada, or taken out 
of warehouse for consumption therein. 

Goods free in the cases therein mentioned 

The following articles, when the natural products, of the colony of 

Newfoundland, viz.: 

Animals of all kinds. 

The following an ieles shall be prohibited to be imported under a penalty of 200 
dollars toirether with the forfeiture of the parcel or packages of goods in which 
the same miy be found, viz. : 

Books, Printed Papers, Paintings, Drawings, Prints, Photographs or representa- 
tions of any kind of a treasonable or seditious, or of an immoral or indecent 
character. 

Coin, base or counterfeit. 

Prohibited. 

Reprints of Canadian Copyright Works, and reprints of British Copyright Works, 
which have been Copyrijrhted in Canad;t. 

Goods manufaeturod or produced, wholly or in part, by prison labor, or which 
hive been made within or in connection with any prison, goal or penitentiary, 
shall not be imported into Canada, under a penalty of two hundred dollars, 
and if imported such goods and the parcels or packages in which they are 
contained shall be forfeited. 

No oleom.r^arine, butterine, or other s' r substitute for butter, shall be 
imported into Canada undei" a penalty i.^ not more than four hundred dollars 
and not less than two hundred dollars foreich offence, and if iui ported, the 
same and the packages within which it is contained shall bo forfeited 

The export of deer, wild turkeys, quail, partridge, prairie fowl and woodcock in 
the carcass or parts thereof, is hereby declared unlawful and prohibited ; 
and any person exporting or attempting to export any such article shall, for 
each buch offence, incur a penalty of one hundred dollars, and the article so 
atten.pted to be exporte I shall be forfeited, and may, on rci^^onable cause of 
8U->picion of intention to export the same, be seized by any officer of the 
Customs, and if such intention is proved, shall be dealt with as for a breach 
of the Customs laws. 



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Export Duties. 

Shingle bolts of pine or cedar, anJ cedar logs capable of being made 

into shiiiu'le bolt:<, per c>rd of 128 cubic feet SI fiO 

Spruce h)iis, per M feet, b >ard measure 1 00 

Pine lo','8 per M f -et, board me.isare , 2 00 

Provided thit th'j powers vested in the Governor in C.>un«;il, by section 9 of 40 
^ Vic, chap. 33 shall extend find apply in ill rc.ioets to the ah.ive named arti Ics, 

and that the Governor-ln-Council m ly iiicrease the export duty on pine lojfs 

to three dollars per M fe jt, board measure. 

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Woollen R\g9, June 17th, 1879. 

Glass bent, for ni'viufiicturo of show cases, provided it is not made in Canada, 
August 14th. 1879. 

Any good-< or package-) being the growth, produce, or manufacture of Can vdi, 
a id bavin. r bee 1 exported therefrom aii(i intended to b3 returned, maj' be 
admitted free of duty on bjing re-imported to Canada, provided such goods 
or packages were e itcred for exportation and branded or irarked by a Col- 
lec'or or proper officer at the port or pla .e where they are so re-imported; 
and further, provided that the property in such goods or paei<ages h >s con- 
tinued ii) the s inie person or persons possession by whom they were exported, 
and that such re-importation takes piace within one year of the exportation 
thereof, June 2 1st, 1884. 

Lastiny^s, mohair cloth, or other manufactures of cloth, imported by manufac- 
turers of buttons for use in their own factories, and woven or made in 
patterns of su h size, sh pe or form, or cut in such manner as to be fit for 
covering buttons exclusively, November Cth. 1885. 

Crucible Sheet Steel, 11 to 16 gu ge, 2^ to 18 in. hes wide, imported by manufac 
turprs of mower and reaper knives, for manufacture of such knives in their 
own factories, November 5th, 1885. 

Seed and Breeding Oysters, imported for the purpose of being planted in Canidian 
waters, May 3rd, 1886. 

Fish S.<ins and Fish 0!Tal, imported by manufacturers of glue for use in their own 
factories, De'.'ember 13th, 188(i. 

Books printed in an V of the langua>jes or dialects of any of the Indian tribes of 
the Dominion of Canada, July 1st, 1886. 

Hatters' Bands. Bindings, Tips, and Sides, and linings, both tips and sides, when 
imported by manufacturers only, for use in their own factories m the manu- 
facture of hats, July rth, 1830. 

Hickory [Jill' ts, not further manufactured than sawn to shap , to be used in the 
manufac; ire of axe, hatchet, hammer, and othcrtool haudles when imported 
for such use, July 15th, 18S6. 

Steel Strip. spc;ialiy imported by manufacturers of buckthorns and plain strip 
fencing for use in the factories, July 17th, 1886. 

Brass and Copper Wire, twisted, imported by manufacturers of boots and shoes, 
for use in their factorie-*, July 20th, 1886. 

Wood of the porsimmo 1 and dou'wood tree imported in blocks for the manufac- 
ture of sluiMlcs, .(uly 20th, 1880. 

Ultramarine lilne, Auirust 18th, 1886. 

B -ass Cups, bfing rou,'h l)lanks, for the manufacture of brass and paper shells 
or cartridges when impoi ted by manufacturers of brass or paper shells or 
car ridges, for use in their own factories, September 2.i, 1836. 

Yarn, spun from the hiir of the Alpaca or Angora goat, when imported by 
manuf icturers of braid for use exclusively in their factories in the manufac- 
ture of such braids onl>*, Noveu.ber 18th, 18S6. 

Sweat Leathers, imported by bat manufacturers only, for use in their own 
factories in the niinufacture of hats, -July 1st, 1887. 

Square Reeds and Raw Hide Centers, textile leather or rubber heads, thumbs, 
and tips, and steel, iron or nickle caps for whip ends, imported by whip 
manufacturers for use in the manufacture of whips in their own factories, 
July 2, 1S87. 

Noils, being the short wool which falls from the combs in worsted factories, July 
2nd, 1887. 



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Homo Spring Sted Wire, coppered or tinned, smaller than No 9, and not smaller 
than No. 15 wire ifaiijre, when imported l)y manfactureis of mattresses for 
use in their own factories, July 18, 1^87. 

Wire of Iron or Strel. galvanized, tiuni d or coppered, or not, of N'o. 19 pauge or 
smaller, when imported by manufacturers of wire cloth and wire woric to be 
used for these purposes in their own factories, u»til the end of the next 
session of parliament C. C. Aug. 0, 18S7. 

Anthracite Coal Dust. O, C, No/. 22, 1887. 

CoppT rollers for use in Calico printing, when imported by Calico printers for 
use in their factories in the printirur of Calicos and for no other pnrpose, 
(such rollers not being mmufactured in Canad.-.) O. C, Nov. 22, 1880. 

Retorts, pans, condensnrs, tubing imd pipe, made of phitinum, when imported by 
manufacturers of sulphwiic acid for use in their works in the manufacture of^ 
coiiceiitratioTi of su'phuric acid. O. C, Dec. 17, 1887. 

Green fruits and edib'e berries, in their natural condition, viz. : — Apples, 
Apticots, Bananas, Cherries, Manyroes, Olives, Pearhes, Pineapples, Plantains, 
Plums, Pomegranates, Quinces and Shaddocks O. C, Ai)rii 13, 1888. 

Blackberries, Cranberries, Gooseberries, Raspberries and .Strawberries. O. C, 
April 13, 1838. 

Seads. viz. :— Clover, grass and flower, Canary, Chia, Cotton, Jute, Mustard, 
(brown and white), Sesame, Sugar beet. Sugar cane seed, and seeds of fruit 
and forest trees not edible. (). C, April 13, 1888. 

Seeds, aromatic, which are not edible, and are in a crude btate and not advanced 
in value or condition by refi ling or grindinr, or by any other process of 
manufat ture (in addition to those already on the frte .i.>^t), viz. :— Anis-e-star, 
Caraway and Cinnamon seeds, und Tonquiii b^ans O. C, Apiil ]3, ]b88. 

Trees, shrubs and pants, viz : — Apjdo, iJherrx , Peach, Pear, Plum, Quince, and 
all otlier fruit trees and the seedling >.tock of the same, Blackbeny, Cuirant, 
Gooseberrv, Raspberry and Rosebushes, Grape and Strawberry vines. O. C, 
April 13, 1888. 

Shade, lawn and ornamental trees, shrubs and plants. O. C, April 13, 1888. 

Vegetables, viz. : — Citrons, Melons and Yams. O. C, April 13, 1888. 



MARINE & FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. 



Nova Scotia Branch — H. W. Johnston. Ar/ent. A DeB Treniaine, 
Accountant. C. A. Hutchins, Inspector of Lli/kt Homes. Chas. Neal, 
Storekeeper. 

Pilot Commtssio>'er,«s fop tfik City and Coitnty of Halifax. — 
John I'uf^li, Chairm n; Cap'. 0. A McK iizic, J. 'ravior Wi.od, Jureph 
Seenii. Lewis An crson, David Hunter. J. J. lireniner, J. Taylor 
Woi d, Sec'y and Trtas. 

Li.sT OF Pilots fois thk Poist of Halifax.— No. l,John Fleming, 
Kt'tcu Harbor; ."^O. 2. U'm M mini^. Ketch Harbor No. '^. Jas Holland, 
Du' can's Cove. No 4, Wiiliun Bak'-r, Halifax; No 5, Bernard 
Gallagher. I'alit"i.' : No. fi, Dani.-l Mariin, Ketch Harbor: No. 7, 
.losepb Khino, H I'-in;; Cove ; No. 8, I'atiick Hayes, Herriufr Cove ; 
No. 9. Hiit^h Mui^ro, Mcrriiii;- Cove; No. 10. .lereniiali Holland, 
Duncan's Cove: No, lI.Eiwari Buyers, Ketch Harbor: No. 12, James 
Hanrahan, Fer^usor's Cove; No. I'l, Wn> Beazlev, Ftiiiiison's Cove: No. 
14, John Ha\es, Hdrriiij Cove: No. 15, Ja>i. Spears. Keich Harbour; No. 
10, John B azlev, Ftrpcu.«on's Cove; No. 17, Cbas (ibizebiook, Kerunson's 
Cove; No. 18. Claries F. Martin, Sanib-o ; No. 19. Williiini White, Fer- 
guson's Cove; Nj. 20, Ihos Have«. Hf-rriniT (^ove; No 21. Tlioma-* Reyno, 
Herring Cove: No. 22. < harles Martio, iSambro; No. 2.'1. Ileniy latter, 
Herrinp; Cove : No. 24, John .lohnson, i'>ear (^ove; No. 2i, James Conway 
Portuguese Cov! ; No. 26, James Fleming, Ketch Harbour. 



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On the Coasts of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. 

George's Island, west side of Island, Halifax Harbor, lat 44° 38' 30" 
N., Ion 63° 33' 20" VV., two fi^ed white catoptric lights vertical, 2i) feet 
apart, 5'^ and 30 feet high, drab square building, 21 feet high. Lights 
show seaward on the S , and into harbor c.i N. side ; on W. side the 
upper light only can be 8«en. Vessels going into Halifax Harbor, pass- 
ing Meagher's Beach, will keep the light on starboard bow. I he light 
^ ft)r the purpose of guiding vessels in and out of the Harbor, through 
the channel west of the Island These light-* open to westward of 
Meagher's Heach, clear the westward of Thrum Cap Shoal. A fog bell 
CD western side lighthouse tower, strikes 7 strokes every minute. 

Meagher's Beach, Sherbrook Tower, east side of entrance to Halifax 
Harbor, lat 44° 36' N., Ion 63° 31' 50" W., fixed white catoptric light, 
visible 12 miles, 58 feet high, building whit* with red roof, granite, 
height 4S feet. When Sanibro light bears W. S. W. , this light should 
not be brought to the westward of north, which clears the Thrum Cap 
Shoal. A fog trumpet sounds blasts of 5 seconds, with intervals of 25 
seconds between the blasts. 

Devil's Island, on south point of Island, at the eastern entrance to 
Halifax harbor, two fixed white catoptric lights, horizontally, E | N , 
and W. J S., 175 yards apart, visible 13 miles, the light E. 59 feet high, 
W light 52 feet, both buildings'white, octagonal, wf)od, heiisht E. 53 
feet, W. 45 feet, lat 44° 34' 5U" N., Ion 63° 27' 15" W The eat ern 
light opens to southward of western, clears to the south v/ard of the 
Thrum Cap Shoal. Pilots are stationed here. 

Jeddore Rock, on summit of rocks about 22 miles east of Halifax, lat 
44° 39' 45", Ion 63° 0' 22" one fixed red light, visible 12 miles, white, 
square, wood, dwelling attached, 86 feet high. 

Egg Island, centre of island, lat 44° 30' .50" N . Ion o2° 51' 32" W. 
catoptric light, alternate red and white, revolving every minute, visible 
15 miles, 8U feet high, octagonal building, black and white vertical 
stripes on seaward side, height 45 feet. Visible around horizon An 
iron can buoy, painted red, about 200 yards south of the Brig Rock, W, 
by S. from the lighc house, about 2 miles. 

Pope's Harbor, on west pomt of Harbour Island, lat 44° 47' 40" v.^ 
.on 62° 38' 50" W., fixed red light, catoptric, vis'ble 9 miles, 45 feet high, 
tower white, square, wood, with dwelling attached, height 37 feet. 

Sheet Rook, at the entrance to Sheet Harbor, lat 44° 49' 55" M., Ion 
62° 29' 40" W . revolving led light every 40 seconds, visible iO miles 
White, square, wood, with dwelling attached. 75 feet above high water 
mark. Automatic whistling buoy in 24 fathoni.s water S by W ^ W 5 
and one-aixth miles from Sheet Rock light house. 

Sheet Harbour Passage, on mainland near eastern end of Sober 
Island, lat 44° 51' 30" N, Ion 62° 26' 35" W, rixed red catoptric, 
visible 5 miles. Light shown from window in keeper's dwelling 
elevated 42 feet above high water. For benefit of vessels navigating 
Sheet Harbour Passage. 

Beaver Island, S. E part of East Beaver, or William Island, lat 
44° 48' 10" >J , Ion 62° 20' 30" W., white catoptric light, revolving every 
2 minutes, visible 12 miles, 70 feet high, white building with two black 
balls to seaward, S. S. W., 35 feet high. 



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Beaver Harbour, on eastern end of Beaver Point, lat 44° 52' 23" 
N, Ion 62° 23' 40'* W. A polo light red, visible inrles. 

LiscOMB, on island, lat 44° M)' 20" N , Ion ()1° 57' 50" W , red and 
white catoptric light, alternating every two minutes visible 15 miles, 64 
feet high, white square wooden tower, with dwelling attiohed. 

Wedge Island, moutli of St. Mary's River, lat 45° 0' 35", Ion 61° 
62' 3 '", one revolving red light, shows 1 minute in 3 minutes, visible 12 
miles, white, square, wood, with dwelling iittached, catoptric. 

Holy Point, west side of entrance to "Isaac's, Harbor, lat 45° 10' 0" 
N., Ion 61° 39' 12" W., two fixed white catoptric li<:hto vert'.cally, llOfeet 
apart, visible 9 miles, 80 feet high, square white building, 20 font high, 
with dwelling attached. * 

Country Harbour, on Green Island, Gnysboro' County, lat 45° 6' 
15" N., Ion 61° 32' 3 ." W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 14 to 16 
miles, 51 feet high,- white square wooden building, with dwelling at- 
tached, height 23 feet. Coast light, and to guide vessels frequenting 
Country and Fisherman's Kari'ors. 

Tor Ba?, on eastern point of Berry Head, W. side of entrance to 
Bay, Guysboro' County, lat 45° 11' 37"^N., Ion j31° J8' 35" W., fixed 
catoptric li.iht, red to seaward, white noVthward into Bay and towards 
Molasst'S Harbor, visible 10 miles, square wooden building, with dwel- 
ling attached, white with vertical red stripes, top of lantern painted 
black. Height of lantern 51 feet, tower 36 feet. 

Three Top Island, on the south-east point of Three Top Island, 
Whitehaven, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia, lat 45° 12' 40" N , Ion 
61° 9' 40" W. The light is fixed white catoptric, elevated 48 feet above 
high water mark, and in clear weather should bo seen 11 miles The 
building is a wooden one painted white, and consists of a square tower | 
32 feet high from base of building to vane on lantern, with keeper's 
dwelling attached. This light is for the purpose of guiding vessels into 
Whitehaven, and in order to point out the dangers on the north-rn side 
of the Western 'T^a.^sage is obscured when bearing to the eastward of N. 
E by E. It is visible from all other points of approach except when 
intercepted by the high land ot' Whitehead Island 

Whitehead Island, S W. extremity of Island, Guysboro' County, 
lat 45° 12' N., hm 61° 8' 15" W , white catoptric light, revolving every 
20 seconds, visible 11 miles, 55 feet high, pyramidal wooden building, 
35 feet high, with d^velling attached, octagonal lantern. Light not 
totally obscured during the eclipses ; 10 seconds duration of flash, and 
10 seconds eclipse. 

Canso Cape, north part of Cranberry Island, lat 45° 19' .50" N., Ion. 
60° 55' 25" W , two fixed white lights in one tower, yertically, 35 feet 
apart, upper visible 12, lower 5 miles, 89 and 54 feet respectively, high, 
octagonal wooden building, horizontally striped red and white, with 
dwelling house attached A steam fog whistle, near the light-house, 
in thick weather sounds a blast of 8 seconds in each minute. 

An automatic signal buoy in 20 fathoms, 1^ miles E. S. E. of Grimes 
Rock, taken up about December. 

Canso Harbor, on Hart or Cutler Island, lat 45° 21' N., Ion 60° 58' 
30" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 12 miles, 42 feet hi-h, white 
squnre wooden building, with dwelling attached, height 28 ft 

Crow Harbor, on Rock Isl md. Chedabucto Bay, lat 45° 21' 5" N, 
Ion 61° 16' W , fixed white dioptric light, visible 8 miles. Square 
wooden tower with dwelling attached, painted white. 



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GuTSBORo' H.viiBOR, W. sido of entrance, near Peart Pi)int, Cheda- 
bucto F^ay, lat 45° 22' oO" N , Ion bl° 29' 10" W , fixed white catoptric 
light, visible 8 miles, 3) feet high, white square wooden building, height 
20 feet. 

Sand Point, or Rddy Point, south entrance, lat 45° 31' 30" N., Ion. 
61° 14' 40" VV , two fi«.ed white catoptric li','htH, horizontal, 24 feet 
apart, visible 8 mileH, each 2") f^et high, white square wooden building, 
with a black diamond. Lights in window at each end of building. 

A black can buoy is moored off the extreme end of Sand Spit. 

Point Tupper, Ship Harbor or Port Hiwkestbury, lat 45° 30' 40" N , 
Ion (il° 22' VV , fixed red catof)tric light, visible 7 miles, 44 feet high, 
white square building, height 24 feet. In consequence of the interven- 
tion of the land on the soutli side, can only be seen three miles in that 
direction 

Crei«hton's PIead, on the ncn-th extremity, lat 45° 30' 40" >?., Ion 
81° 6' VV , white catoptric ligb*^, » evolving every 40 seconds, visible 10 
miles, 20 feet hi^'h, square white wooden building, height 20 feet. For 
guiding vessels into Little or West Arichat. Three buoys placed to 
mark the dangers off the harbor. 

Jerseyman Island, Arichat Harbor, lat 45° 3')' 20" y., Ion 61° 3' W., 
fixed red catoptric Ight, visible 11 miles, .S9 feet high, white square 
wooden building, height 28 feet. This light is for the purpose of !:uid- 
ing ve sels through Grid Passage, in and outc)f Arichat Harbor. There 
is also a Hange Beacon on the S K Point of Jerseyman 's Island, that 
marks Hautfond Shoal, off the entrance to Arichat Harbor When the 
beacon and spire of the Rom m Catholic Chapel in Arichat are in range, 
it leads over the West Part of the shoal in 10 feet of watez". Vessels 
bound into Arichat, Cape Breton, should pass to the west of the shoal, 
or bring the beacon in range of the cupola on the Convent, which stands 
130 yards east of the R. C. Church, which will lead in clear of the shoal. 
Only those well acquainted should pass to the eastward of the shoal, or 
bring the beacon to bear to the N. of N. E. An Iron Can Buoy painted 
red has been placed about one cable's length S. W. of the Hautford 
Shoal in six fathoms of water. The buoy will be placed on or about 
the 1st of May in each year, and taken up about the 10th December. 

Arichat, Marache Point, south entrance to Madame Island, lat 45° 
29' N., Ion 01° 1' 50" W., fixed white catoptric li^ht, visible 8 miles, 34 
feat high, square white wojdan ballding, height 25 feet. 

PETCTDEit'tVT, oa Bi J V'-ro v R, )ck, soath-^a^t of M idama Island, lat 
41° 2J' 5i" N., Ion 00° 57' 30" W., li.cad red catoptric lijat, visible 10 
miles, 33 feet high, white square tower, with dwelling attached, height 
31 feet. 

Green Island, summit of Island, lat 45° 28' 50" N., Ion 60° 53' 40" 
W., red and white catoptric light, revolving alternately every 45 seconds, 
visible 14 miles, 70 feet high, white square wooden buikling, height 31 
feet. Light, centre of keeper's dwelling. Visible around horizon. 

Cape La Ronde, west side of entrance to St. Peter's Bay, lat 45° 34' 
4)" N., Ion 00° 53" W , fixed white catoptric light, visible 14 miles, 92 
feet high, white square wooden building, with dwelling attached, height 
28 feet. For guiding vessels into St. Peter's Bay. 

OuETiQUE Island, on south point, lat 45° SV 40" N., Ion 60° 57' 15" 
W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 9 miles, 78 feet high, white scjuare 
wooden building, with dwelling attached, height 28 feet. For guiding 
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Three Pole Lights in Lennox Passage One on Glasgow Point, one 
on Seal Island, or Dog Island, and otio on (xrand Diqne. Red light 
shown from lantern hoisted on a mast 25 feet high, with shed painted 
white at its base Visible 5 miles 

Note. —The Pole Lights in St. Peter's Inlet are tho same ai above. 

Jerome Point, east side of St Peter's Bay, lat 45° 39' 5" N., Ion 
60° .52' W., a fixed red light, visible S niiles. Square wooden tower, 
with dwelling attached, painted white. 

Saint Esprit Island, east end, lat 45° 37' 30" N., Ion G0° 29' 20,' 
W., one revolving white catoptric li'Jfht, flash at intervals of .30 seconds' 
building white, with two red bands, square, wood, with dwelling at- 
tached. Height of building 55 feet, of light 78 feet. Bad Neighbor 
Shoal, S. W. I W. 1^ mile from this light is not more than 12 feet below 
w.'iter. . * . 

A Bell Buoy off Fourchie Head. 

Gdion Island, about 230 yards from west end of Island, lat 45° 4G' 
10" N., Ion G0° I)' 20" W., red revolving light, catoptric, attains its 
greatest brilliancy every 30 seconds, visible 12 miles, 74 feet high, tower 
white, square, with dwelling attached, height 54 feet. 

LouiSBURfi, north side of entrance to harbor, 120 yards inshore of 
point, lat 45° 54' 30" N., Ion 59° 57' 15" W., fixed white catoptric light, 
visible IG miles, 85 feet high, building white, with a black vertical stripe 
on dwelling, height 35 feet. 

An Automatic Signal Buoy in 30 fathoms 1§ miles S. E. ^ E. from 
light-house. 

From this buoy a course N. W. by W. will clear the Broad Shoal, 
and lead to the fairway of Louisburg Harbor. Taken up about December. 

Mainadieu, on south side of west point of Scatterie Island, lat 4G° (•' 
30" N., Ion 59° 47' 30" W., fixed red catoptric light, 90 feet high, white 
square wooden building, height 40 feet. 

Scatterie, north-east point on Trap Rock, lat 4G° 2' 15" N., Ion 
59° 40' 15" W., white catoptric revolving light, visible a minute, eclipsed 
half a minute, visible 15 miles, 90 feet high, white octagonal btiilding, 
height 70 feet. The li^ht should never be brought to bear to eastward 
of N. N. E., or to southward of S. S. W., nor approached nearer than 
li mile. Visible half minute, eclipsed one minute. A boat is here to 
render assistance. 

Fog Whistle near the light-house. Soimds two blasts of o seconds, 
with intervals of 10 seconds, in every minute. 

Cow Bay, on outer end of breakwater. Lantern on frame. Fixed 
red. 

Flint Island, on island, lat 4G° 11' N., Ion 59° 4G' .50" W., white 
catoptric light, revolving every 15 seconds, visible 12 miles, G5 feet high, 
white octagonal building, height 43 feet. Visible around horizon. 

LiNGAN Head, north^sido of entrance to Bridgeport Harbor, lat 4G° 
14' 10" N., Ion G0° 2' 40" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 
50 feet high, white square wooden building, height 20 feet. For guiding 
vessels into Bvidgeport Harbor. 

Little Clace Bay, two range lights, one red and one white, to be 
erected respectively in the (jlac« Bay Co. and Caledonia Go's piers, to 
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Low Point, Flat Point, east side of Spanish Bay, lat 46° 16' 30" N., 
Ion 60° 7' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 14 miles, 70 feet 
high, building octagonal, red and white vertical stripes, height 51 feet. 
Marine Telegraph and Signal Station. 

Sydney Bar, on west end of South Bar, lat 46° 12' 40" N., Ion 60° 12' 
40" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 30 feet high, white 
square wooden building, height 20 ftet. 

Cbanberry Heap, on northern aide of Spanish Bay, entrance to 
Sydney Harbour, lat 46° 16' (•" N, Ion 60° 12' 2U^* W. A steam fog 
trumpet sounds a blast of ten seconds duration every minute. 

Point Acont, on high cape, north side of entrance to Little Bras 
d'Or, lat 40° 20' 30" N., Ion 60° 17' 10" W.,- fixed red catoptric light, 
visible 11 miles, 91 feet high, square white wooden building, height 20 
feet. For guiding vessels into Little Bras d'Or. 

Black Rock Point, south side of entrance to Big Bras d'Or, lat 46° 
18' 30" N., Ion 60° 23' 30" W., fixed whito catoptric light, 4.5 feet high, 
white square building, heigiit 23 feet. VViiite cross on red ground. 

Three Pole Li|?hts in St. Peter's Inlet. One on Marjorie's Isle, 
west of Sandy's Point, one on the S. E. point Beaver Island, and 
one on (iregory Island. Red light shown from lantern hoisted on 
mast 25 lObt high, with shed painted white at itj base. Visible 5 miles. 

. Cape George, south side of Bras d'Or Lake, west side of entrance to 
St. Peter's Inlet, iat 4.5° 44' 28" N., Ion 60° 48' 20" W., fixed white 
catoptric light, visible 12 miles, 50 feet high, white square wooden 
building, height 20 feet. To guide vessels through St. Peter's Inlet. 

McKinnon'b Hariour, a pole light, white on Campbell's Island, 
western side of entramie to McKinnon's Harbor. 

Grand Narrows, on Uniacke Point, N. side of channel, Barra Straits, 
lat 45° 58" N., Ion 60° 48' W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 
29 feet high, white square wooden building, height 20 feet. For guifl- 
ing vessels through Barra Straits, and navigating the Little and Great 
Bras d'Or Lakes. 

Piper's Cove, on the western bend of Derby Point, near Piper's Cove, 
in the Grand Narrows, lat 45° .56' 30" N., Ion 60° 48' W., light, fixed 
red, dioptric, visible 9 miles. White, square, wooden building. 

Little N.* rrows, eastern entrance, lat 46° 0' 0'' Ion 60° 58' 25" One 
fixed white light, visible 10 miles, white, square, wood, 35 feet high. 
Catoptric. 

Fraser's Point, (m north side of St Patrick's Channel, lat 45° 57' 
45" N., Ion 61° 4' 30" W., fixed red light shown from a dioptric lantern, 
hoisted on a mast 25 feet high, with a shed painted white at its base, 
visible 5 miles. 

KI13HTON Island, on N. E. Point, at entrance to Baddeck Harbor, 
N. side of Bras d'Or Lake, lat 46° 5' 58" N., Ion 60° 44' 20" W., fixed 
red catoptric light, visible 7 miles, 31 feet high, square, wooden build- 
ing, white. * 

McNeil Beach, Big Bras d'Or, a pole light. Red. 

McKknzie's Point, N. side of Bras d'Or Lake, about 2 miles S. W. 
of Port Bevis, lat 46° 7' 15" N., Ion 60° 39' W., fixed white catoptric 
light, visible 11 miles, 95 feet high, square white Wooden tower. For 
guiding vessels through Bras d'Or Lake. 



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Bird Island, Ciboux Inland, 1-.3 milos from N. end, lat 4G°23' 1'' N., 
Ion G0° 22' 30" W., itjd catoptric lifjht, revolving every minute, visible 
IG inileH, 77 feet high, white octagonal building, iieight 33 feet. 

St. Ann's Harbor, on north point of Beech, lat 4(1° 17' 30" N., Ion 
60° 32' ir." VV., fixed white catoptric light, visible 8 miles, 25 feet high, 
white building, height 30 feet. The light exhibited to find entrance 
through on a dark night. 

Inoonish Harboor, on beach southern side of entrance to harbour, 
lat 4»i° 3«' 15" N, Ion 00^23' 10" W. Light fived red di(M)tric, visible 
9 miles, elevated 45 feet above high water. Building sqiL.re tower, 
white, 38 feet from base to vane. 

INQONISH, on Island, lat 40° 41' 20" N., Ion 00° 20' W., fixed white 
light, visible 20 miles, 237 feet high, white square building, height 40 feet. 

Cape North, on Money Point, § mile S. E, from Money Point, lat 
47"' 1' 25" N., Ion C,0° 23' 15" W., rod and white catoptric light, revolv- 
ing every 45 seconds, visible 15 miles, 74 feet high, square white wooden 
building, height 20 feet. Coast light makes a complete revolution every 
1^ minute. 

Cape St. Lawrente— Lat N 47' 2' 55 Long W 60° 35' 10", 2 fixed 
whie dio|)tric lights vortical, 42 fe t ap:vrc. Uppe light iu lantern 
13r feet above h gh watei, visible 17 m les. Lower light on lower floor 
of tower, 95 ftet above high water, visible 15 miles. Buildii g scpiaie 
Wooden tower, with dwelling attached, painted whte. 56 leet from 
base to vane on lantern. 

Cheticamp, near south of Island, lat 40° 3G' 30" N Ion 61.,° 3' 10" W., 
white catoptric light, revolving every 45 secoiids, visible 20 miles, 140 
feet high, white square wooden building, height 24 feet. 

Cheticamp, Eastern Harbor, range light in course of erection. 

St. Paul's Island, on rock off N. E. point of island, lat 47'^ 13' 50" N. 
Ion 60° 8' 20" W., fixed white light, dioptric, third order, visible 20 miles, 
140 feet high, white octagonal building, height 40 feet. Obscured between 
N. by E. I and E. N. E. 

St. Paul's Island, S. W. point of island, lat 47° 11' 20" N., Ion 
60° 9' 40" W., white dioptiic light, third order, revolving every minute, 
visible 20 miles, 140 feet high, white ootagonal building, 40 feet high. 
Obscured when bearing from S. S. E. to W. I N. A fog whistle on the 
S. E. side of the island, S. W. of Atlantic Cove, about half a mile from 
the Humane Establishment, soiuids once for five seconds in each 
minute during thick weather and storms. • 

Mahgaree Harbour, on outer end of breakwater pier, lat 40° 26' 35" 
N , Ion 61° 6' .50" W., seaward light tised red, white light eastern and 
western sides lantern, visible 7 miles, 20 feet high, square whita building 

MargarEE, summit or middle of Sea Wolf Island, lat 46° 21' 30" N„ 
Ion 61° 15' 30" W., tixed white catoptric light, visible 21 miles, 208 feet 
high, square white building. To vessels in dangerous proximity to the 
island the light may become obscured by the abrupt cliffs on the sides 
of the island. 

Mabou, two range lights, lat 43° 5' 41", hm 61° 28' 10", each, small 
dioptric lantern, hoisted on mast the outer, fixed, white, 25 feet high, 






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viaible 9 milos ; the inner, fw^-A red, visible 7 miles; lead into harbour, 
tlirougli dredged cliannol past breakwater. 

Port Hood, S. E. side of entrance to harbor, 'at 46° N., Ion 61° 31' 
40" W., ^xod catoptric 'lirhl, red N., white 8., visible 10 miles, 55 feet 
high. .Sfjuare whlto building. 

IRO^; Can Buoy:^ havo boon placed at the following Shoals — Port 
Hood Harbor, C. B., Porty-^'onth Point, .■spithead, Smith Spit, Dgan 
Siioal, also one at Jndiquo Slioal. JiiJique Shoal and Dean Shoal 
Buoys are i)aii";ed red, tho otluir throe are paintnd black. Those Buoys 
will be placed on or about tho Lst May in each year, and taken up about 
the 10th -^Tovember. 

North Cl.wao, north entrance, wo *■ side, 120 yards iimhore, lat 45° 
41' 40" N., Ion 01° 2!!' 10" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 18 
miles, 110 f(3et high, white square wooden building, height 35 foot high. 
There is good anchorage under the light when the v/ind is off shore. 
Lantern o,i dwelling. 

Harbou ait Bouche, two lights in separauo towers, lat 45° 41' 0" N., 
Ion Gl°3r 15" yr., fixed white c ttoptric light, visible 9 miles, 36 feet 
high, white square wooden building, 32 feet high, 473 yards S. W. | S. 
from fiont light, one fixed .od catoptric light. 107 feet high. Range 
light" to lead through dredged channel over the ba»'. 

PoMQUET IsLAN's ,iorth cast end of island in St. George's Bay, lat 
45° 39' 40' N., loiv (5.^ 44' 30" W., fixed red catoptric light, visiblo 9 
miles, 50 feet hijh, lO'Vvre white building, height 23 feet. Obscured 
on easterly bearings. 

Cape St. George, noi-th side of Cape, lat 45° 52' 30" N., l(m_ 61° 54' 
40" W., white catoptric light, revolving every half minute, visible 25 
miles, 350 feet high, whi^6 square building, 'leight 39 feet. 

Mehigomish, on Kin),' Head, entrance to harbor, lat 45° 39' 20' N., 
Ion 62° 28' 30" W., red, Hxed. catoptric ligh'., visible 10 miles, 105 feet 
high, white, squaro wooden building, 40 f'3et high. 

PiCTOU Is .AND, south-east point, lat 45° 4'J' 10" N., Ion 62° 30' 30" W-» 
fixed white catoptric light, viaible 1 2 miles, 52 feet high, square white 
building, 

PrcTOu Harbor, soutli point of csntrance, lat -■'5° 41' 30" N., Ion 62° 
39' 30" W., fixed catoptric lights vertical, 25 feet apart, 'ipper white, 
lower red, visible 11 miles, lantern 05 feet high, building octagonal, 
striped I'ed and white vertically, height 55 feet. Lighted w.ien naviga- 
tion is open. A small red light is see bolow lantern. By keeping 
light W. S. W. vessels clear the east reefs off Pictou Island. 

In tower of new Custom House a fixed white light, in range with lights 
at the entrance to harbor, leads through the channel up to the bar. 

PiCTOU Harbour — Tv/o range Ights, red, to 1)6 erected on northern 
side of entrance to harb(.ur, inside <>f western end of London Beach, to 
gui'le vesse's through the channel clear of the bar shoals. 

Caribou Island, n;->rth-east pai't of Jsland, lat 45° 46' N., Ion 62° 
42' 20" W., white catoptric light, revolving every minute, visible 10 
miles, 35 feel high, white square building, height 26 feet. 

Amet Island, centre of island, Northumberland Straits, lat 45° 50' 
15" N., Ion 63° 10' 10" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 
44 feet high, white squa,re wooden building, height 26 feet. Visible 
around horizon. 



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MULLIN Point, north sido of ontranoe to Wallace Harbor, C'unlier- 
land County, lat 45° 49' 45" N., Ion 03° 25' If." W., fixed catoptrio L>ht, 
vinible 11 miles, 3!) foot high, white Hfjuuro woofloii building, Imiglit 25 
feet. Rud light, shown from window in keeper's dwelling. Two lightn 
in one, form a range to lead across Imr^ and in clian.ul rij) to Mullin'rt 
Point. 

A red can buoy marks entrance to channel, and two ff,irway buoys. 

PuoWASH, in harbor, lat 45° 52' 30" N., Ion 153° 10' 20" W., fixed 
catoptric light, red seaward, white towards haibor, visible 8 mile:', 48 
feet nigh, white square building, height 44 feet, lilack buoys to bo 
left on port hand, and red on starboard when enttjring ttie harbor. 

Cold Spuing Head— Lighthouse in course of erection. 



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Chkbloto Head, west side of entrance to Halifax Harbor, lat 44° 
30' 20" N., Ion 03° 30' 50" W., white light, revolving every minute, 
visible 18 miles, 132 feet high, white square wooden building, height 
22 feet. 

An Automatic Sigfnal Buoy, painted red, placed in lat 44° 31' 42" N., 
Ion 63° 29' 28" W., in 21 fathoms of wattr, N, E. i E., 1^ miles from 
Chebucto Head, sounds a ten inch whistle. From the buoy CJhebucto 
Head bears S. W. ^ W., magnetic 1^ mile. Sandwich Point, N. by W., 
4 miles. Passing to the westward of the buoy at tlie distance of half a 
cable and steering a N. ;i W. ccnirse magnetic, will lead up the harbor 
to the eastward of the Neverfail Shoal, and at a distance of two cables 
to the westward of Meagher's Beach light-house. 

A similar buoy, painted black, in lat 44" 28' 25" N., Ion 63° 22' 10" W., 
in 36 fathoms, from this buoy Sambro Island light W. ^, N. 8Jj miles. 
Devil's Island light N. J W. 7i miles, and the inner signal buoy N. W. 
i N. 6 miles. 

The Portuguese Buoy is colored red and black horizontally ; the 
Rockhead Buoy black and white vertically. The other buoys oi 
Halifax Harbor are colored red on the starboard hand and black on the 
port hand, entering the harbor. 

Hebrino Cove, Western Head, lat N. 44° 33' 
fixed red, on mast, elevated 52 feet above water. 

Sambro, middle of Island, lat 44° 26' 10" N., Ion 63° 33' 30' W., fixed 
white dioptric 2nd order light, visible 20 or 21 miles, 115 feet high, build- 
ing white, octagonal, 60 feet high. 

A steam fog whistle, erected on south side of island, and elevated 
90 feet above high water, in thick weather, fogs and snow storms, 
gounds each minute a blast of ten seconds' duration. 

A Bell Buoy, painted black, placed S, E. of the Blind Sister. 

Iron Spar Buoy has been placed off the S. W. Breaker, Sambro, and 
one on the Pollock, and another on the Whippey Shoal, near Sambro. 

Shipley Head, Terrance Bay, lat 44° 27' 40", Ion 63° 42' 8', fixed 
red, on mast, 55 feet high, visible 7 miles. 

Betty's Island, on Brig I'oint, near Prospect, lat 44° 26' 22" N., Ion 
63° 45' 54" W., revolving red catoptric light, greatefst brilliancy every 
two minvites, 75 feet high, visible 14 miles, building white, with two 
horizontal red bands, square, wood, height 54 feet, dwelling attached. 
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iHliind. 

PKnoT Point, oast Hide of entrance to St. MargarntV Bay, lat 44° 29' 
30" N., Ion (13° 05' W., tixo'. rod catoptric light, Un foot high, buihling 
white, squaro, 20 foot idgh. Lantern on dwelling. 

Ckouchkr'h Isi.ANi), on Houth point of islajuj, lat 44° 38' 24", Ion 
03° 57 2>»", fixed white lixht, visible ir> miles, squaro tower, 40 foot 
high, with dwelling attai-hed, painted white. 

Maikjaukt's Bay, on (Jreen Island, Lnnenburg (bounty, lat 44° 23' 
N., Ion lii° 2' 4.'">'" \V'., red and white catoptric light revolving alter- 
nately every one and a half njinutoH, Ixiilding white, square, wood, 28 
feet high, with dwelling attached. Coast Jignt. 

HunHARD'a Covk, oji (jlreen Point, W. side of entrance, lat N. 44° 
37' 14". 1 .11 \7, 04° 3' 8". Fivod red dioptric, Gt) feet high. Building 
white, square, w(tod, with dwelling attached. 

CiiKSTER, E., [ronbound Island, a little to the eastward of centre of 
island, in Mahone Bay, lut 44° 20' 10" N., Ion 04° 4' 00" W., fixed 
white dioptric light, visililo !•) miles, 150 feet high, white oblong tower 
on dwelling, 40 feet high, wood, lantern, hcen from all points of 
approach. The lantern alone is visible, building hidden by trees. 

Quaker Island, on highest part of island, lat 41° 30' 55", Ion 64° 
13' Ml", fixed red light, visible 11 miles. Square tower, 35 feet high, 
with dwelling attached, painted white. To gnide into Chester Basin. 

Hobson's Nose, Mahone Bay, lat 44° 25' N., hm 01° 13' 40" W., red 
fixed catoptric light, visible 11 miles, 08 feet high, building white, 
square, wood, 21) feet high. 

' Wksthaveu'.s Island, Mahone Bay, lat 44° 20' 12", Ion 04° 20' 5", 
has been destroyed by fi e. A tem|)orary light is displayed from 
a lantern hoisted on {X~i)()le on the site of lighthouse. 

I Cross Island, east point Lunenburg Bay, lat 44° 18' 45" N., Ion 
04° 10" W., 2 white catoptric lights vertical, 35 feet apart, upper inter- 
mittent revolving every minute, and visible 14 miles, 100 feet high, 
lower fixed, visil)le miles, and 05 feet high, building red, octagonal 
base, height 53 feet. Pilots resort here, ana vessels may take refuge in 
case of necessity. Upper bright 45 seconds, dark 15 seconds. A fog 
trumpet has been erected here, sounding blasts of 10 seconds duration 
every lA minutes. 

Battery Point, Lunenburg, lat 44° 2r 45" N., Ion 04° 17' 30" W., 
fixed red catoptric light, visible 8 miles, .50 feet high, white, square 
tower on dwelling, height 1^4 feet. This harbor is easy of access, buoys are 
placed in the bay and entrance to harbor on Ovens Reef, Sculpin Rock, 
Haddock Shoal, Battery Point Shoal, and Head Shoal. In approach- 
ing the harbor from seaward, the buoy on Sculpin Rock, painted red 
and black, in horizontal st-ripcs, may be loft on either hand, giving it a 
berth of two cable's length. The other buoys are painted black and 
must be left on the port hand going in. i 

West IiiOvnouND Island, near Cape LaHave, mouth of LaHave 
River, lat 44° 13' 45" N., Ion 04° 10' 20' VV., white catoptric light, re- 
volving every 30 seconds, visible 13 miles, 72 feet high, building white, 
square, height 29 feet. Near edge of cliff 40 feet high. | 

LaHave Bkll Bcoy, ]minted red, off LaHave River, in 22 fathoms 
water 3 miles E. by S. from Muser's Island Light, and 2 J miles 
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LaHavk, oh Kort Point, hit 44° 17' 20" N., Ion «54° '21' VV., fixod ml 
catoptric light, viHihlo H miU)n, 48 feot higli, buihiing whito, Hciuuro, 
wood, li^ight 35 fout. 

Mohiikii'h Thlani), on iHland, went side of entrance to Lalfavo Kivor, 
lat 44° 14' 15" N., Ion 64° !«' 5()" W., fixed red catoptric light, viHihlo 
8 inilea, 55 feet high, building whito, Hrpiare, height 'J<> feet. 

Medway Head, Port Medway, went side of entrance, hit 44° G' 10" N., 
Ion 64° 32' 15" W., fixed whito catoptric light, viHible 10 niilen, 44 feet 
high, building white, HCjuare, with black Hcpuire Htuiuanl, height 2'A feet 
Like a dwelling house. Spar Buoyn are placed in the chaiiuiil to Port 
Medway llarbor, on the breaking ledgOH, Nautilus l{ock, corner gn)und 
and edge )f flats off Bang's Point. In pasHing in from stiavvard tiie nul 
buoys muit be left on the starboard, and the black buoys on the port 
hand. 

A Hell Buoy, i mile S. W. of the S. W. Br.aker, to be left on 
ata' board hand entering A N. \ K. courHo leads up to Can Buuy off 
eastern point of flats inside McNeil's Point, distant 2^ miles. 

CoFfiN Island, south point Liverpool Bay, lat 44° 2' N., Ion 64° 37' 
30" W., 'white catoptric light, revolving every two minutes, li^dit 30 
seconds, dark Op seconds, visible 1(5 miles, 65 feet high, Iniilding octa- 
gonal, horizontal stripes, rod and white, eight in numl)er, height .'iO feiit. 

An Automatic Buoy, striped vertically black antl white, 8. ^ W., 
1 11-16 miles from Corfin's Island light-house. , 

Brooklyn Pibr, Pole light, green on outer end of wrecked pier, ."^0 
feet above high water, visible 4 uiiles, 220 feet from shore and .500 feet 
from submerged extremity of pier. 1 

An iron can buoy, red, has been moved outside (>f submerged end of 
pier. 

\ Fort Pint, Liverpool Bay, south entrance, lat 44° 2' 30" N., Ion. 
64° 42' 20" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 7 miles, 30 feet hi>fh, 
building white, square, height 17 feet. Left on port side when entering 

! the harbor. 

! Port Mouton, north-east point of Spectacle Island, Queen's County, 
{ lat 43° 55' N., Ion 64° 48' W., fixed red catoptric light, visiWe 11 miles, 

47 feet high, square wooden building, height 20 feet. For guiding ves- 
' sels into Harbor. 

I Little Hope, nearly on centre of island, lat 43° 48' 30" N., Ion 64° 
j 47' 15" W., white catoptric light, showing three flashes with intervals 
I of 10 seconds between their points of greatest brilliaiicy, fnllowe I by 
; an interval oi 30 seconds, coi'iplete revolution in .on seconds, visible 12 

miles, 40 feet high, square white building, height 2(5 feet. Centre of 

keeper's dwelling, visible around horizon. A mechanical haiul fog 

trumpet will t'o sounded in answer to a steamer's whistle or vessel's fog 

trumpet in thick weather. 
Shingle Point, east side of Port L'Hebert Harbor, lat 43° 48' 40" N., 

Ion 64° 55' 30" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 33 feet 

high,' white square wooden building, height 29 feet. 

Carter's Island, Ragged Island Harbor, lat 43<*"42' 15" N., Ion 6.5° 
5' 30" W., fixed red light, visible 11 miles, 66 feet high, white square 
wooden building, height 29 feet. 

Ragged Island, Gull Rock, lat 43° 39' 15" N., Ion 65° 5' 50" W., 
fixed white catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 56 feet high, white square 
wooden building, height 31 feet. 



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An Automatic Whis'ling Buoy, as a Fairway Buov, is moored off the 
ai.proHci. to Ki.g-ped Jsliin. haib(>r, hit. N 4:5° 37' 28", Ion. VV 05° 1' 
44". From the buoy a N. N. W. course will lead about midway 
between the 4^ fithom patch and the Biow Breaker up to the southern 
end of Cranberry Island. The buoy is painted red with letter I in 
white. 

Bull Rock, an Iron Can Buoy with cai;e, painted black, has been 

E laced in 10 fathoms water S. S. W. i W., about 150 yards from the 
lull Rock, off Western Head, Shelburne County. 

Farm IjEdge, Iron can buoy, red, 200 yards S uf Ledge. 

Eastern Bull, red spar buoy. 

Black Point Brrakwater, red spar buoy. 

Sand Spit, at east side of entrance to Shelburne Harbor, lat 43° 41' 
25" N., Ion 05*^ 19' 2d" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 11 miles, 47 
feet high, white square wooden building, height 44 feet. Btiilt on a pier. 

Shelburne Harbor. — A red Iron Can Buoy has been placed in 4^ 
fathoms, on west side of Middle Rock Shoal ; a red Can Buoy off ex- 
treme of Sand Spit, in four fathoms, and a black Spar Buoy on east 
end of Adamant Shoal. 






Cape Roseway, near south-east point of MacNutt's Island, Shelburne 
harbor, lat 43° 37' 15" N., Ion 05° 15' 45"W., two Ante catoptric 
lights, vertical, 5.") feet apart, upper light visible 18 miles, and 120 feet 
high, louver 05 feet and visible 10 miles, octagonal building, vertical 
black and white stripes, height 77 feet. 

Cape Rosev/ay, fog truniiiet near the light house sounds a blast of 
10 secf)nds duration with an interval of ] 10 seconds between the blasts. 

A black Can Buoy S. S. E. from the Jig Rocks, in 9 fathoms water. 

Negro Island, on north side, lat 43° 30' 54" N., Ion 65° 28' 58" W., 
red and white catoptric light, revolving every minute, visible 12 miles, 

48 teet high, white square wooden tower with keeper's dwelling 
attached, height 29 feet. For guiding vessels in and out of Clyde 
River or Negro Harbor. 

Baccaro, on west side of entrance to Barrington Harbor, lat 43° 26' 
54" N., Ion 65° 28' 12" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 

49 feet high, white square building, with black ball seaward, height 35 
feet. A Bell Buoy is to be placed off the " Bantam." 

Barrington E. Bay Lightship, lat 43° 31' 5'; N., Ion 65° 34' 25" W., 
fixed white light, hull and spars painted red, with word " Barrington " 
in white letters on both sides. Height 30 feet above deck. Moored in 
6 fathoms at low water. Wes"es' Ledge bearing S. W. by W. h W., 
distant g mile, Baccaro Light taring S. S. E. ^ E., distant 6 ana 3-16 
miles, and Bantam Rocks, bearing S. by E. | E., distant 6^ miles. 
To guide vessels into Barrington East Bay, and through Barrington 
Passage. 

In passing through Barrington Pass to the westward, the dangers to 
be left on starboai'd hand are marked by red buoys, those to be left on 
port lo^nd by black buoys. 

Cape Sable, on Cape, lat 4.3° 23' 19" N., Ion. 65° 37' 11" W., white 
catoptric revolving light, bright 15 seconds, dark 25 seconds, visible 12 
miles, 53 feet high, white octagonal building, 50 feet high. A steam 
fo^' whistle on Cape, elevated about 40 feet above high water, sounds in 
.hick weather, fogs and siv vv storms, a blast of ten seconds' duration 
each minute, with an inter, 1I of 50 seconds between each blast. 



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Brazil Kock. — A Bell Buoy has been placed here to mark this dan- 
ger instead of the Can Buoy, painted red and black horizontal stripes, 
moored in about 18 fathoms to southward of Rock. 

We<v He\I), Cape Sable Island, lat. N. 43° 9.7' 17", Ion. W. 65° 39^ 
10". Fixed white, dioptric, visible 10 miles. White square tower 36 



feet high. 



Light 42 feet above high water. 



Stotjdart Island, on :N. W. point of island, lat 43° 28' 30" N., Ion 
65° 43' 10" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 9 miles, 22 feet high, 
white small square tower. To guide vessels into the anchorage of 
Stoddart Harbor and Shag Harbor Sound. j 

BoN Portage Island, on south point, lat 43° 27' 16" N., Ion 65° 44' 
39" W., red catoptric light, revolving every minute, visible 12 miles, 
46 feet high, white square wooden building, height 28 feet. For guid- 
ing vessels into Barrington Wc^/o Bay and Shag Harbor. j 

PuBNico Harbor, Beach Point, east side of entrance, 120 vards from 
low water mark, lat 43° .35' 45" N., Ion 05° 46' 54" W:, fixed white 
catoptric light, visible 8 miles, 28 feet high, sqiuxre white building, 
height 20 feet. Open westward of St. John's Island, bearing N. E. by 
N., clears the ledge ; in making harbor from anv other direction, the 
light must be brought to the northward of E. N. E. before it can be 
steered for to avoid shoal spot off St. Ann's Point. Spar buoys mark 
the channel. Black left on port hand, red on starboard in approaching 
the harbor. A bell buoy has been placed near John's Ledge. 

Pease's Island, on the south point of Pease's Island, one of the 
Tusket Islands, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, lat 43° 37' 35" N., 
Ion 66° 1' 40" W. The main or sea light will be revolving catoptric, 
showing alternately red and white, each color visible for 15 seconds, 
with intervals of 45 seconds between the flashes. It is elevated 56 feet 
above high water mark, and in clear weather should be seen 12 miles 
from all points of approach from the southv/ard, and also through the 
Schooner and Elleuwood Passages. A fixed red catoptric li^jht will also 
be shown from a window in the tower, 16 feet below the main light. It 
is intended to mark the channel between ttie two dangers known as the 
Old Man and Old Woman Rocks, and is, therefore, visible between the 
bearings W. by N. f N., and N. W. by N., N. W. by VV.. and in no 
other directions. It should be visible 4 miles. The tower is a wooden 
building, painted white, and consists of a square tower 42 feet high from 
base to vane on lantern, with a keeper's dwelling attached. 

Argyle, on south point of Wiiitehead Island, Yarmouth County, lat 
43^' 39' 30" N., Ion 65° 52' 4" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 12 
miles, 115 feet high, b\iilding white, square, wood, with d welling att.ached, 
height 28 feet. For guiding vessels into Argyle Harbor. 

TusKET River, Big Fish Island, south-west point, lat 43° 42' 10" N., 
Ion 65° 57^ 15" W., two fixed white catoptric lights, horizontal, 8 yards 
apart, visible 12 miles, 50 feet high, white square wooden building, 
height 23 feet. Visible seaward ; in windows each end of a dwelling 
house. 

Seal Island, south point, i mile uiland, lat 43° 23' 34" N., Ion 66° 
0' 52" W., fixed white light, dioptric, 2nd order, visible 18 miles, 98 
feet high, white octagonal building, height 60 feet. The Blonde Hock 
lies S. by W. 3^ miles from light house. Between this Rock and the 
Island there are some dangers, tlie ground is rocky throughout, and 
large vessels ought not to attempt passing between them. A fug whistle 
near light house, during fogs and snow storms, sounds in each minute a 



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Yarsjouth or Cape Forchu, east cape, south point, lat 43-" 47' 28", 
N., Ion 66° 9' 20" W,, white catoptric light, intermittent— light l| 
minute, dark ^ minute, visible 18 miles, 117 feet hish, octagonal tower, 
vertical stripes, red and white, height 59 feet. 1 og whistle on west 
side, sounds in fogs and snow storms, 10 seconds in every minute. 

An Automatic Buoy, painted red with letter L, has 
18 fathoms of water, about h mile W. by N. from the 
which lies 15 miles W. N. W, from this light. 

Bunker's Island, on end of reef off S. W. point of Island, east side 
of entrance to Yarmouth Harbor, lit 43° 48' 30" N., Ion 66° 8' 45" W., 
fixed red catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 27 feet high, the lantern on a 
dwelling house, built on a wooden pier. A red beacon light for the 
purpose of guiding vessels into the harbor. Visible from the southward 
between the bearings of N. E. oy N. and N. | E. It can also be seen 
over Stan wood's Beech, when beiiiing from S. ^ E. to S. E. i E., but can- 
not be run for on these bearings, the only entrance to the narbor being 
through Yarmouth Sound and round East Cape. Fog Bell sounds at 
intervals of 15 seconds. 

Trinity Ledge, an Iron Bell Buoy, painted red, has been moored to 
the westward of Trinity Ledge, off Cape St. Mary. 

Cape St. Mary, east side of Bay, lat 44° 5' 20" N., Ion 66° 12' 40" W., 
red and white catoptric light, revolving alternately every 30 seconds, 
visible 17 miles, 103 feet high, octagonal white building, height 43 feet. 

Meteghan River, at entrance end of Breakwater, lat 44° 13' 43" N., 
Ion 00° 8' 12" W., fixed green catoptric light, visible 6 miles, 23 feet 
high, building vertical, red stripes on seaward side, 21 feet high, lantern 
painted black. Beacon f-or guiding vessels into river. Must be left on 
starboard hand and passed '^lose aboard. Tide leaves breakwater one 
hour before low water. 

Church Point, east side of St. Mary's Bay, Digby County, lat 44° 
19' 55" N., Ion 66° 7' 35" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible ten miles, 
3 J feat high, square white wooden building, height 20 feet. For guiding 
against dangers in vicinity of Church Point. 

Belliveau Cove, lat N 44° 24' 20', long W 66° 3' 10". Fixed green 
light, b-hown from a square tower painted white, 22 feet high, in outer 
end of eastern pier. Light is elevated 24 feet above high water mark, 
visible 4 miles. 

SissiBOO, south side of entrance to river, lat 44° 26' 30" N., Ion 66° 1' 
15" W., fixed white dioptric light, visible 8 miles, 36 feet high, white 
wooden building, pyramidal, height 33 feet. 

Westport, Peter's Island, entrance to Grand Passage, lat 44° 15' 30" 
N., Ion 66° 20' 20" W., 2 fixed white catoptric lights, horizontal, 24 feet 
apart visible 10 miles, each 40 feet high, square white building, height 
15 feet. Visible from the northward between the bearings of S. by W. 
and S. S. W., and from the southward between the bearings, of N". E., 
byE., andlS.N. W. J W. 

A red and black. Can on Passage Shoal, and a black Can Buoy off 
Cow Ledge. 

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Brier Island, north-west Point, lat 44° 14' 57" N., Ion 60° 23' 30" 
W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 13 miles, 92 feet hicrh, white 
octagonal building, height 55 feet. A steam fog whistle on N. W. of 
Brier Island, south side of light house, sounds during thick and foggy 
weather and snow storms as follows ; — Blast of four seconds, interval 
four seconds, blast of four seconds, interval of four seconds, blast of four 
seconds, interval of forty seconds — making sixty seconds. 

Boar's Head, 17 yards from edge of cliff, lat 44° 24' 16" N., Ion 66° 
13' W., red and white catoptric light, revolving alternately every minute, 
visible 14 miles, 70 feet high, white square building. On south entrance 
to Petit Passage. 

Point Prim, south point of entrance to Annapolis Basin, lat 44° 41' 
34" N., Ion 65° 47' 20" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 13 miles, 
76 feet high, square tower, vertical red and white strii)es, height 22 feet. 
Fog whistle on Prim Point sounds in snow storms and in thick or 
foggy weather 8 seconds in each minute, making an interval of 52 
seconds between each blast. 

DiGBY Pier, Red Pole liight on outer end of pier. 

Shafnrr's Point, on N side of Annapolis River, lat 44° 42' 40", 
Ion U'. 65° 37' 8". Fi\ed white dioptric, 5'» feet high, visible 8 miles. 
Building white, square, wood. Indicates Goat Island Shoals. 

Annapo!.:s, on " Engineer's Lot " in Annapolis town, lat N 44° 44' 
51", long 65° 31' 06", Fixed white light, dioptric, visible 8 miles 
Square tower, pail. ted white. After passing thobl.ck spar buoy off 
Marsh Point, this light affords a direct Course E by N | N clear of 
shoal giouiid. It must not be shut in to the southward. 

Marshall Cove or Port Williams, south shore, lat 44° 56.' 52" N., 
Ion 65° 16' W., 2 fixed white catoptric lights, vertical, 22 feet apart, 
upper 92 feet high, visible^ 10 miles, white square building, height 22 
feet. Lantern on top of dwelling ; lower light in bow window, visible 
from W. S. W. round N. to E. N. E. 

Port (tEORGE, on outer end of E istern Pier, lat. N. 45° 0' 25'\ Ion. 
\V. 65^ 9' 25". Fixed green catoptric, 25 feet high, visible 4 miles, 
square white ttwer, 21 feet high. ' -., 

Margaretville, on extremity of point, south shore, lat 45° 2' 57" N., 
Ion 65° 4' W., two fixed red catoptric lights, 30 and 27 feet high, visible 
8 miles, square building, horizontal white and black stripes, height 22 
feet. Visible from W. S. W. round N. to E. N. E. 

Isle Haute, on highest poiut, lat 45° 14' 55" N., Ion 65° 0' 45" W., 
white intermittent catoptric light, 365 feet high, shows 40 seconds in 
every minute, visible 20 miles, white square wooden building, dwelling 
attached, almost hidden by trees ; height 53 feet. 

Black Rock, south shore, lat 45° 10' 10" N., Ion 64° 46' W., fixed 
white catoptric light, visible 12 miles, 45 feet high, square white 
building, height 35 feet. Light on top of dwelling, visible from all 
points of approach. A fog whistle on the extreme point of Cape d'Or, 
on the opposite side of the channel from Black Rock, sounds during 
thick weather, fogs and snow storms, twice in each minute, each blast 
being of six seconds duration, with intervals of L'l seconds between. 
The whist^ > will probably be heard in calm weather, or with the wind, 
at a distiiiice of 20 miles, and in stormy weather, or against the wind, 
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Advocate Harbok, north west aide of entrance, lat 45° 19' 25" N., 
Ion 04° 47' 30" W., fixed red dioptric light, .'-{O feet high, visible 7 miles, 
square white building, 27 feet high. Coast light, and to indicate entrance 
to harbor, over the bar. Lighthouse is being renioved to the point on 
the opposite side of the channel. 

.KiNGSPOUT, on Oak Point Pier, lat 45° 9' 30" N., Ion 64° 21' 45" W., 
fixed white catoptric light, height, 30 feet. Upper enclosed part of 
building, white ; open frame, brown ; height, 2G feet, visible 8 miles 
from S. \V. i W. round by E. to N. W. by W. | V. 

HoRTON, on bluff, west side of Avon River, lat 45° 6' 15" N., Ion 64" 
13' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 20 miles. Square tower 
with dwelling attached. 

Walton Harbor, Basin of Minas, Hants County, lat 45° 14' N., Ion 
61" 0' 45'' W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 10 miles, GO feet high, 
sqiiare white wooden building, height 20 feet. For guiding vessels into 
Walton harbor. 

BURNTCOAT, Basin of Minas, north-West extremity of head, south 
shore lat 45' 18' 40" N., Ion 03' 48' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light, 
visible 13 miles, 75 feet high, square white building, height 35 feet. 
On dwelling. Visible from all points of approach. 

Salter's Heap, lat. N. 45° 20' 10", Ion. W. 63° 32' 10'\ Pole 
light fixed, red. shown from lantern hoistel cm mast 20 feet high, with 
small shed at its b.ise. Light 6 ) feet above high water, visible o mi'es. 

Capk d'Or. 
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Capr Sharp, on southern extrernitv of Cape, lat N. 45° 21' 55", Ion 
W. 6+° 23' -n". Fised red dioutric light, (>!) feet high, visible 10 miles. 
Square white tower, with dwelling attached. 



A steam whistle has been erected at Cape d'Or, Cumber- 
Sounds seconds in every 30 seconds. 



I Parrsboro', or Partridge Island, west side of river, lat 45" 23' N., Ion 
64" 10' W., fixed wliite c.itoptric light, visible 9 miles, 37 feet high, 
•»white square building, height 32 feet. Lantern on dwelling. 

I Spencer Point, on north shore, Cobequid Bay, lat 45" 23' 30" N., Ion 
63" 37' W., fixed white catoptric light, visible (5 miles, 35 feet high, 
window in building 20 feet high. 

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i Apple River, on Cape Capston or Hetty Point, north entrance, lat 

; 45° 28' 20" N., Ion 64° 51' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 

12 miles, 04 feet high, building white, oblong, with towc, height 45 

feet. Rebuilt about 33 yards S S E. from old one. A f(»g trumpet 

sounds bLists of 14 seco ds, with intervals of 46 seconds. 



NEW BRUNSWICK. -BAY OF PUNDY. 

HiLLSBORo' Wharf, Petitcodiac River, lat 45" 55' 15" N., Ion 64° 37' 45" 
W., fixed white cat()i>tric light, visible 5 miles, 14 feet high, structure 
open frame, height 22 feet. To guide vessels going up the river and to 
the coal and plaster who^rves. 

Grindstone, west part of island, lat 45° 43' 13" N, Ion 64° 37' 25" 
W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 12 nules, 00 feet high, octagcnial 
white tower. Visible from N. E. by E., round by N. to E. by §,, or 
315°. In thick weather a tnimpet sounds 4 blasts in every minute. 
Cape Enrage light house, S. W. by W. | W., about 10 miles. 

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fixed white dioptric light, 4th order, visible 15 miles, 120 feet high, square 
white building, height 23 feet. Visible between the bea*-ings of N 



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round by S. to~"N. E. A steam fog whistle, 150 feet N. 5l from the 
li''ht house, soiiuds during thick weather 4 seconds in each minute. 
Will probably bo heard iu calm weather 10 miles, and in stormy 
weather from 3 to 5 miles. 



QuACO. Destroyed by fire, a temporary light displayed 
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CaI'E Spen'crr, pitch of Cape, lat 45' 1?' 30" N., Ion Go' 54' W., red 
and white catoptric li^ht, alternatiug every 45 seconds, visible 20 miles, 
20r feet /ligh, white square building, with tower, height 35 feet. Visible 
between the bearings from E. S. H round b/ S. to W. N. W., Partridge 
Island light bearing by compass N. W. by W. ^ W. northerly, distant 
G^ miles. 

PARTRtDGE IsLAND, St. John harbor, lat 45' 14' 20" N. Ion 60' 3- 20" 
Yi.f fixed white catoptric light, visi -le 20 miles, 119 feat high, building 
red and white in vertical stripes, height 40 feet. In foggy weather a 
steam whistle sounds for 10 seconds every minute. A bell buoy near E. 
side of Partridge Island Reef. 

St. John Harbor, on Negi-o Point, West End of Government break" 
water, one fixed red light, visible 8 miles. Tower taken down pending 
repairs to breakwater. Dependence crnnot always be placed on 
temporary light, and approach dangerous during storms. 

Musquash Light, lat 45' 8' 35" N., Ion GG' 14' 30" W., fixed red 
towards seaward, white towards harbor, visible 10 miles. White, square, 
wood, dwelling attached, catoptric. An automatic buoy moored in 30 
fathoms, 1^ miles south from the Light, and S. W. from Split Rock, 
lat 45^ 7' 15", long GG^ 13' 50". 

Lepreau, on Point, lat 45° 3' 40" N., Ion GG° 27' 30" W., 2 fixed white 
catoiJtric lights, vertical, 27 feet apart, visible 15 miles, upper light 81. 
lower 53 feet high, octagonal building, striped horizontally red and 
white, height 31 feet. Visible between the bearing of W. N. W. 
around by S. to E. by N. Fog whistle during fogs and snow storms 
sounds twice each minute, first giving a blast of 5 seconds duration, with 
an interval of 5 seconds, then a blast of 5 seconds duration, with an in- 
terval of 45 seconds to complete the minute. 

' Drew's Head, on W. side of Beaver Harbor, Charlotte County, lat 
45° 3' 45" N., Ion Ga° 44' W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 10 
miles, 45 feet high, white, square, wooden building, height 36 feet. 
Seen at all points between eastern and western heads of harbor. 

Pea Point, lat 45° 2' 20" N., Ion 66° 43' 40" W., east side of entrance 
to LeEtang Harbor, fixed green light, visible 10 miles, visible from east 
round by south to north. White, square, wood building, dwelling 
attached. 

Bliss Island, W. end of Island, S. side of western entrance to Bliss 
Harbor, lat 45° 1' 15" N., loii G6' 51' W., fixed red catoptric light, 
visible 12 miles, 45 feet high, white, square, wooden building, height 30 
feet. 

Latite Passage, on Mascatin Point, lat 45° 2' 20" N., Ion 66° 53' 
30" W. A fog trumpet has been erected on Mascatin Point, south 
entrance to Latite Passage, sounds blasts of 7 seconds, with an interval 
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MiDJic Bluff, Passamaqnoddy Bay, Charlotte County, lat45°6' 53" 
N., Ion GG° 54' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 15 miles, 130 
feet high, building white, square, wood, height 29 feet, 4antem brown. 
A bar extends E. N. E. from light house, and vessels require to keep 
off a distance of 260 yards to clear it at low water. 

Port St. Andrew s, on .^and reef at E. entrance, lat 45° 3' 45" N., 
Ion 67° 0' 50" W., fixed vhite catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 40 feet 
high, structure white, square, wood, on a framed pier, height 10 '°.et. 
To guide to all ports in inner bay, and to vessels going up the River 
St. Croix from Little Passage or West Quoddy. There is only a depth 
of 4 feet of water on the N. W. extension of the reef toward i munland. 

Port St. Andrews, N. point of entrance, lat 45" 4' 10" N., Ion 67° 
2' 50" W,, fixed white catoptric light, 42 feet high, visible 10 miles, 
white octagonal building, height 22 feet. Visible between the bearings 
of N, W. by N. and S. E. by S. A fog trumpet to be erected at head 
of harbor. 

Spruce Point, St Croix River, Charlotte County, lat 45° 10' N., Ion 
67" 11' W., fixed white catoptric light, 32 feet high, white square 
building, height 28 feet. The course from Spruce Point to ballast 
ground is E. by S. ^ S., distance 2 miles. From Spruce Point to Mark 
Point W. N. W., distance 2 miles. A vessel after leaving Doucet 
Island, to clear the reef, should steer N. until the Spruce Point light 
bears N. W. by W., and thence take a W. N. W. course. 

Mark Point, St Croix River, Charlotte County, lat 45'' 10' 10" N., 
Ion 67° 12' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light 32 feet high, square white 
building, height 28 feet. 

Campobello Island, N. point of Head Harbor, lat 44° 57' 40" N., 
Ion 66° 51' 10" W., fixed white citoptric light, visible 15 miles, 64 feet 
high, white octagonal tower with red cross, height 34 feet. This light 
enables vessels to enter Head Harbor at all times. It is also a guide to 
vessels entering the main channel, to West Isles, Moose Island, and the 
inner bay of Passamu,quoddy. A fog trumpet sounds blasts of 7 seconds, 
with intervals of 30 seconds between. 

South NVest Wolf Island, on S. E. point of the island, lat 44° 56 
30" N., Ion 66° 44' 10" W., white catoptric light, revolving every 1^ 
minute, visible 17 to 20 miles, 111 feet high, building white, square, 
wood, height 35 feet. Lantern on dwelling ; visible froin all points of 
approach. 

- Swallow Tail, N. E. part of Grand Manan, lat 44° 45' 52" N., Ion 
64° 44" \V., fixed white catoptric light, visible 17 miles, 148 feet high, 
white octagonal wooden building, height 50 feet. Visible between the 
bearings of S. \N . round by S. to N. W . 

A steam fog whistle on extreme N. W. head of Grand Manan, 80 feet 
above high water, sounds in thick weather, fogs and snow storms, 3 
blasts of 4 seconds duration in each minute, with an interval of 16 
seconds between each blast. 

A spindle beacon, painted red, placed in 1876 on Old Proprietor 
Ledge on the S. E. of Grand Manan Island, in lat 44° 33' 10" N., Ion 
60° 40' ^\'., has a cage elevated 31 feet above high water mark, and in 
clear weather should be seen from a distance of 8 or ten miles. 

Grand Harbor, Grand Manan, lat 44° 40' 2'' N, 66° 45' 5" W., 
fixed white catoptric light, visible 11 miles, 40 feet nigh, white, square 
wooden building, with dwelling attached, height 32 feet. Visible from 
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SouTH-\yE8T Head, Grand Manan, lat 4t° 36' 0" N, Ion 6G' M' 10' 
W, re\ olving red and white catoptric light; three red flashes 40 seconds* 
eclipse 20 seconds, 3 white flashes 40 seconds, eclipse 20 seconds, 200 
feet high ; white, square wooden building, with dwelling attached, 
height 43 fecit. 

Gannet Rock, on rock, lat 40° 0' 3S" N., Ion 00° 47' W., fixed and 
flash white light, dioptric, 4th order, a flash every 4.^ seconds, visible 12 
miles, 66 feci, hif?h, octag'onal tower, height 41 feet, vortical black and 
white stripes. A gun is fired to answer signals during fogs and snow 
storms. Dangerous rocks extend 4 miles eastward of the light house. 
Fixed light 45 seconds, eclipse 5| seconds, flash 4.^ seconds, eclipse 5^ 
seconds — making 60 seconds. 

Machias Seal Island, on island, lat 44° 30' 7" N., Ion 07° 6' 13" 
W., 2 fixed white lights, a', by N. 4 N., and E. by 8. i S., 57 yards 
apart, one light catoptric, the other dioptric of 2ad order, visible 15 
miles, E. 58 feet. W, 54 feat high, buildings white, each 36 feet high. 
A fog whistle sounds in thick weather, fogs and snow storms, 5 seconds 
in each half minute. 



' ■ SABLE ISLAND. 

Sable Island, west end light house, lat 4J° 57' 0" N., Ion 60° S' 0" 
W. A revolving white light, gi"iug three flashes at intervals of half a 
minute, then a cessation of light during one and a-half minutes; visible 
17 miles. White octagonal tower, 98 feet high. 

S4BLE Island, 1^ mile from east end, lat 43° 58' 30" N., Ion 59° 46" 
W., fixed white dioptric light, 2nd order, visible 18 miles, 128 feet high, 
octagonal building, white and brown alternately, height 86 feet. 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, CANADA. 

NOVA SCOTIA P 'STAL DIVISlcN. 

Poitf. Office, /impecfor, Charles J .Miicdonaiil. Assf. P. O. Tnspcrtora, 
.1. D. Su.TV. Doughis Stewart. C/piis, /iisiierlur's Office, 'V. E. 
Davison, S. J. K. Sireo.n, AifVod Cuatic), W. W. ra^je, T. J. 
Curreu. Messenger, J II. Kelly. 

Railway Mail Service. ' '^ ' v 
Clilff Cfprfc, Alfred Browne. Cle'fcs. J. McN. Gahnol. J. W. H. 
Cameron, K. Davisoti, .1. McNeill, S. Iliiii, G A. Ilawkeswortli. J. 
D. Koss, Tlius. Keirh, William Benneti, W. <.). McKinnon, .Jo'm 
CampheU, W. H Mel{ol>'rr. C'.a^. K Power. W P. K..r -n, Fifde.ick 
Sout all, H. li. Litih D. O'Sullivan, U. H. Hoss, Edwa-d KoUion, 
A. McDonald, J. E. Bigney. 

• Halifax Post Office. ' :;'"?' 

Post Master, IT. W. Blackadar. A^'fistinit Pustmnsttr F. V Tremaine. 
Clerics,^. A.Bn', F. P. B nt, A. II. Cunninjrham, Wm. H. Chamber- 
lain, Jos O'Brvan, T. G. Oeighton, T. VV. ( ascv, W. V. .Smith, Patrick 
Mulcahy, C. 1). Fraser, C. M. R. Lownds, L. W. Travis, F. J. Power, 
William' Parker, Fdw Delanev, A. C. Crowe, W. II. Wnlkcr. H. A. 
BoiitT', Frank C. Kaye, K. A. SulIivMn, I). A. Kinir, p. F. Bier.riiin, 
Alfred Gilpin, W. C. Harris. Newspaper Sorter, ,]o\\\\Wm)i\. ISnpor- 
ttitfiidcnt of Letfer Carriers, S. Saunders. Letter Curriers, ,]. FitZ(rer..ld, 
John Wilson. Edwd Carroll. H. G. Laurilliard, J, iVlahar, J. O'lVIalley, 
Hobert Myers, Jolui A. Grant, George Davis, John Wall, J. P. 



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LiiMlsny, M. J, Tieakston, J. 11. Smith. W. A. Koj.tinp, J. J. , 
O'Donnell, Wrn. Mllc•kintu^h, Donald Rol)l>. Box Collectors, J. J. 
Muk'Hliy, Edward Payne. Messenyer, W. V. Quimine. 


MAILS. 


CLOSE. 


ARRIVE. 


Northern— {\\y Intercolonial Unilwny.) 
1 Counties of Ci'mbmlanil iind Colches- 
ter, and Ka>tei'n liiiits ; and tIacHH 
in Haliflax along the line of Inier- 

CDlonial Kai wuy 

Truro, Amhers Vcadi-. les. Shu- 
benacadie n(i !!'■ 


Daily, .Sundays ex. 

Semi-daily Sun. ex. 
Daily. 

Daily, Sundays ex. 
Semi-daily, Sun. ex. 

Mon,, Wed., FrI. 
Tues., Thurs., Sat. 

Daily, Sundays ex. 
Semi-daily, Sun. ex. 

Daily, Sundays ex. 
Semi-daily, Sun. ex. 
Daily, Sundays ex. 

Weekly duringseason 

of U'lvigation. 
Five times per week. 
Daily, Sundays ex. 

Fortnightly. 
Uncertain. 

Fortni'htly. 

Every alternate Mon- 
day after arrival of 
English mail. 

Daily, Sundays ex. 
As opportunity otfers 

Semi-Daily, Sun. ex. 


Daily, Rimdays ex. 

Semi-daily, Sun. ex. 
Daily. 

Daily, Sundays ex. 
Semi-daily, Sun. ex 

Tues., Thurs., Sat. 
Mon., Wed., Fri. 

Daily, Sundays ex. 
Semi-daily. Sun. ex 

Daily, Sundays ex. 
Daily, Sundays ex. 
Daily, Sundays ex. 

Weeklydnringseason 

ot navigation. 
Five times per week. 
Daily, Sundays ex. 

Fortnightly. 

Uncertain. 

Fortnightly. 
Fortnijfhtly days un- 
certain. 

Days uncertain. 
Uncertain. 

Semi-daily, Sun. ex. 


Musijnodoboit, v • .- ■ » •■ -"adie... 

Ba5/«rn— (By Pictou ■\,, 
Counties of Pictou, i»iirigoni nd 
GuyRboro*; and Island of t'a.ie 
\Jreton 


Piciou (town), New Glasgow and 
Stellarton 


Eastern Shore — 
Miisijuddoboit Harbor,Tan?ier, Sheet 
Harbor, (by Coach from Halifux).. 

Sheet Uarbor— (via Shubenacadie). . 

Western— (By W. Sf A. Railway.) 
Counties of Yarmouth, Di^by Anna- 
polis, and Kings, and Western 
Hants 


Ellorshouse, Newport Station, Wind 
sor,Hantsport.Woltville & Kentvdle 

[Vestern Shore— (Wy CoacVi.) 

Coiiuiies of LuueuburiT, 'Jiieens, ai'd 

Shelbiu'ue. and setilemeiitsat he d 

of N. W. Arm and St. Mar;4aret's 

Cay (Co. of Halifax) 


New Brunswick 


Ontario, Queben, Manitoba, aud British 
Columbia. 

Magdalen Islands via Pictou 


P. E. Island via P ctou in summer, 
via Cape Tormyntine in winter 

Ne wfo u ndland — 

Hv Alliiu Ijine of Stenmers. 


By Xt'w York, Halifax and New- 

fontnllaud Liiie -. . 

West Cvast of N^wroundlan(l — 

By Hililax and Nt-wfoundland Lines 
St. Pierre et Miquelon 

Bermuda. W. Indies, if Britisli Guiana 
Via the United States 


Bv Ships of War 


The United States— 
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MAILS. 



Mexico, Central America, and South 
America, via New York 



China, Japan, India, Australia, New 
Zea'and, via San Francisco 



Great Britain and Ireland — 
Via Hiniouski in huiuiucr.. 

Direct in w nter 

Via New York 



British Colonies and Foreign Countries 
by way of England — 

Via Hliiionski l>ii'ect 

Via New York 



CLOSE. 



ARRIVE. 



Daily, Siimlayb ex. 



Daily, Suntlaya ex. 



Wednenday, 

Saturday. 

Thursday. 



See Great Britain «& 
Ireland above. 



Days uncertain. 



Days uncertain. 



Weekly, clay uncert. 
Wet'kly, day uncert. 
Days uncertain. 



See Great Britain If 
Ireland above. 



Letters intended for Registration must be posted half Inur pre- 
vious to the cinsinfr of the Mail by which they are to be ». "vi. ed, and 
both the Postatfc and the RegistVaiion Fee must be ] ••'ipai' Regis- 
tration closes finally at 7.30 p.m. 

Money Orders issued and paid from 10 a.m., to 4 . \ 

STREET LEXTEK BOXES. 

The location of the Street Letter Boxes is ay iv »-,; — Corner of 
Allan and Windsor Streets, Corner of Quinpool Road and Robie 
Streets, Foot of Salter and Lowrer Water Streets, Corner of Morris 
and Pleasant Streets, Foot of Green and Pleasant Streets, Corner of 
South Park and Victoria Road, Foot of Birmingham and Morris Streets, 
Corner Spring Garden Road and South Park Street, Corner of Queen 
and Tobin, Corner of Pleasant Street and Sprinj; Garden Road, 
Robie Street, near Bishop's Chapel, Foot Cunaru Street, Campbell 
Road (near Sugar Refinery), Corner of Cornwallis and Brunswick, 
Foot of Almon Street, Corner of Sackville and Barrington Streets, 
Corner of Arpyle and Buckingham Streets, Foot of Cogswell and 
Brunswick Streets, Corner of Cogswell and North Park Streets, 
Corner of Cunard and Moren Streets, Corner of Gottingen and 
Cornwallis Streets, Corner of Gottingen and North Streets, Corner 
of North and Luckmau Streets, Corner of Agricola and West Streets, 
Corner of Lockman Street and Artz Lane, Corner of Gerrish and 
Brunswick Streets, Foot of Cornwallis and Upper Water Streets, 
Foot of Jacob Street, North Street Railway Station, Richmond. Col- 
lections are made from Letter Boxes north of Post Office at 11 
a. m, 2.15 p.m. and 9.45 p. m., and from the South End Boxes at 
11.10 a.m., 2.25 p. m. a»id 4.00 p.m. Collections are made from the 
Boxes on Suodiiys at 9.30 o'clock p.m. 

HALIFAX LETTER CARRIERS' DELIVERY. 

The Delivery of Letters bv Carriers is as follows : Tioo deliveries 
daily, Sundays excepted, commencintr at 8.30 a. m. and 4 p. m. ; 
except in the Northern, Southern, and Western Suburbs, and Richmond, 
where there is but One delivery daily, Sundays excepted, commencing 
flt 8.30 a.m. 
I Letters for these deliveries will be received at the General Office up 
\ to within 15 minutes of the commencement of each delivery. 



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Letters and Papers should bo addressed to Street and Number at 
wliich to 1)0 delivered. ' 

(/lumgo of Uesidenoo should be promptly notified to the Postmaster 

in writinj;. 

The j)ul>lic are requested to adopt the house door letter-boxes, the use 
of which will result in greatly increased rapidity in the delivery of letters. 

No person need c»«ll at the office for letters, for all may have mail 
nmttor left at their residences regularly, without risk or charge. 

HALIFAX SUBURBS AND DARTMOUT'.t. 

Mails sent to the Fuirview Station on Tuesdays, Thursdays and 
Saturdays, and daily to lioi'kingham Station, at 6.30 a.m. 

Mails sent to Dartmouth three times per day. 

The rate of postage on letters to Dutch Village, Fairview Station, 
and Dartmouth is one cent per oz. Pre-payment by stamp 
compulsory. 



POST OFFICES IN. NOVA SCOTIA. 

There are 1400 Post Offices in operation in Nova Scotia. Of these, 
the Halifax Office, and tho.so in the following list are Money Order 
offices. 

•5 Post Offices. Post Masters Post Offices. Post Masters. 



Acadia Mines 

Amherst 

Annapolis 

Anti(jonish 

Arichat 

A/hot 

Auburn 

Aylesford 

Baddech 

Barrinuton 

*Bass River 

Banfield 

Bear River W. 

^Berwick 

Boylston 

Bridgeport 

*Brid(fetoion 

Bridyeioater 

* Caledonia Corner Jos 

* Canning Chas. 



G W. Cox, 
Amos Purdv. 
A. W. Coibitt. 
H. P. Hill. 
Mrs. S. E. Ballam. 

D. F. Archibald. 
Geo. \V. Eaton. 
H.V. B. Farnsvvorth 
Robt. Elmsley. 
R. II. Crowell. 
Mrs. A. r. Dickey. 
Chas S. Strople. 

S,V. T. Hardwick. 

E. C. Foster. 
J. R. Atwater. 
Miss Caih Neville. 
Enoch Dodge, jr. 
Joseph Whitford. 

B. Harlow. 
E. Borden. 



* Cow Bay, Rodk. McKenzie. 

Cross Rds, Co //a?'Kinsmaii Sweet. 



*Canso Mrs. Sarah J. Tate. 

Chester Miss Vict. Church. 

Cheticamp Chapel, Rev. P. Kiset. 
Ciiristmas Island^James McDougall. 
Cheverie Wm. Glenn. 

Clarke's Harbour J. L. Nickorson. 
Clcmentsport Jamp.'< 1'. Roop. 
Clyde River Geo Thomson. 



Descousse 

* Dartmouth 

* Diyby 
Doctor's Cove 
Economy 
Englishtoton 
Five Islands 
Folly Village 
Freeport 
Gabarouse. 
Granville Ferry 
Grand Pre. 

* Great Village 
Guysboroiigh 

* Hantsport 
Har. au Bouche 
Hebron 
Hopewell 
Hubbard's Cove, 
Isaac's Harbor 
Kentville 
Kennetcook 
Kingsport 
Kingston Station 
Laiorencetown. 
Lingan 



David Gruchy. 
John E. Leadley. 
George P. Burton. 
Janrves K. Kennev. 
W. A. Fulmer, ' 
J. McLean. 
Andrew K. Graham. 
D. F. Lavton. 
S. T. Haines. 
J. K. Morrison. 
Hugh M. Irving. 
J. vV. Borden. 
ThosD. Blaikie. 
Wm. G. Hadley. 
Miss A. M Shaw. 
Fdward Corbett 
Charles Cahan. 
Alex McKenzie. 
A VV. Shatford. 
Allan McMillan. 
Jos. 8 Eaton. 
Miss Fannie Salter. 
Robt. Cox 
A. C. VanBaskirk. 
Annp)ino. W. James. 
Angus McNeil. 



Mrs. A. L. ANDERSON, of Cow Bay, C. B., was cured of 



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Post Okficks. Post Mastkhm. 



Livcrpixil 
Lovluthfr 
* Lovkvport 
Louisljui'fj 
IjOwci- Ar(/i/le 



Little Hrnttd Or John II. ChriHtie. 
* IJttlt fllace Ji(iij\nt\\oi\v (iaiinon. 

Alex. Cowie 

T. J. Seiirs. 

Ross nmnmond. 

Miss W. Kennedy. 

.r F. Mcliiirren. 
Lower JJ Avdo'tse Kodk. I'Vryuson. 
Lower Stcwincke K. .1. I'ollolt. 
Luru'iihurf/ II. M. .lost. 

Mnhuu MisH Miirtlia I'ynn. 

Mdccjtn Hobert I). Hoach. 

Mr a my A. VV. McCiiav. 

Miiiuddieu Miss Clura Kigby. 

/)/at</frW^HaiitH)Alexr Uoy. 
Mil' (/(tr(0 fldrb'r.l. V. MrParlane. 
Al'iri/firetvUle A. H. Stronach. 
MtriijoDUsh VVm. Dunn. 

Met(if)h(in (ioo. (Jennan. 

Mif/de Steiviacke .]o\iu Dickie. 
*Middltton John Gullivan. 

Mill Villuje 11. II. Maok. 

Milton^ ((Queens) Kdwd. Kempton. 
* Musquodo't J/<V/.Robt. Kaulhack. 

" Upper,.\.^. Stewiirt. 

New GliiHtjow VVm. Frascr. 
Ne'v Rons i). S. LCIliott. 

Newport Jas. F. Cochran. 

Newport Litndinf/J. VV. Allison. 
New Victoria 



Post Okficks. Post Mahtkks. 

Port Wiltiiims John VV. Fnllerton. 
Puhnico /[(irbor, .lohn « 'arland. 

* I'uywnsh, Levi Horden. 
Hirer lionryoise, (Jeo II Hisnelt. 
R. inh(d>.liridye.,\\ . U. Morrison. 
Hirer Jo/in^ 
Rii'er Philip 
Run ml Hill 
Saruhj Cove 
S/ielburne 
Sherbroohe 

* ShnheMticadie 



(Joor^e (lordon, 

MrH. (irace Philips. 

C. K. Spurr. 

L. G Morciiouf)!,. 

Saninel Mnir, jr. 

Jaw. H, McDonald, 

Andrw Kirl-patrick 
South Fnrminf/tO'nV. H. Shafliu-r. 
*S/>rin(/ Hill Mines .lohn Anderson. 
8t. Andrew»^{Ant), I). Chisholin. 



* North 
Noel 

* Oxford 



Sydney 



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Pictoa 

Port ffastinys 



St Peters 

*Stellnrton 

Striithhrne 

Sydney 

S/idiiey Mines 

* TaiKjier 

'[ ittdinntjouche 

Thorburn 

Trdcndie 

Truro 

Tusket 



Kodk. G. Morrison 
John Kraser. 
A. I). McLean. 
Alex Matheson. 
Mi^a n. F. Kigby. 
Wni Hay. 
Robert Purvia. 
Fiancis Love. 
Placide Delorv. 
Wm. McCulIy. 
J M. Lent. 



• Upp Steioiache Fr'incis Cox 
IVollnce 



* IVdterville 
Wnltim 
West Bay 

* {I ' stport 
West River, 
Sheet florbor 
' Westville 
Weymouth 



B. S. Seaman. 
J. P Pineo. 
John i>ic(]ndouch 
James McDonald. 
Benj. H. Kuggles. 

Robt, Hall. 



Duncan Balfour. 
C. I >. Jones. 



Lawrence Connell. 

VVm Forbes. 

Osniand O'Brien. 

Henry S. Smith. 

John VV. .lenks. 

Edmund McPhail. 

Mis. C. S. McKeen. 
*Port //'iwkesbury, Mrs.A. A. Bi-siton. 
Port Hood A. C. Tiioinsun. 

Port M'lithind, VV. S. Port'-r. 
Port Medway Mrs. Henha Bowlbj 
*Port Mulf/rnve Mrs. K. Trites. 
Port la Tour Mrs. S. M. Snow. 

Where an asterisk {*) is prefixed in the above list, the office is a 
Post Office Savin<>s Bank. 



]\hycocomn<jli, 

Wumot, 

* Windsor, 

Wolfnlle, 

Yarmouth, 



Bridge George .1. Hoyt. 



Mrs C. McDonald. 
F. (yiimminger. 
Peter S. Burnham. 
George V. Rand. 
A. J. Hood. 



Postage Stamps, Post Cards, etc., issued by the Canadian 

P. O. Department. 

The stamps issued by the Canadian Post Office Department, are of 
the following denominations, viz.: posta<:e stamps, i c, 1 c, 2 c, 3 c , 
5 c, 6 c, 10 c, 12i c. and 15 c. ; registered letter stamps, 5 c. 

Post Cards are issued at one cent each, and may be sent to any 
address in Canada or United States. Re;dy Post Cards (2 cts.) may be 
sent to any adilress in Canada. Postcards are also issued at two cents 
eacli for transmission to the United Kingdom, Newfoundland, St. 
Pierre et Miquelon, and certain foreign countries. Post Bands are for 
sale at the rate of $1.25 per hundred 



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Bates of Postage within the Dominion. 

LKrTKRS. 

To places witliin the Dominion of Cannda, 3 cents per oz. each. 
Short puid letters will he taxed with doiilile the amount of the deficient 
postajjo. Letters whully iinpuid will be xent to the Dead Letter Office. 

On letters posted at an Ollice to bo delivered from it, commonly known 
as Local or " cirop letters," the rate will be i fient per oz. ; but where 
there is a free dolivory by letter carrier, the rate will be 2 cis. per oz. 

Jle-directed Letters will bo forwarded without any additional charge 
if not taken from the office or if handed back at the moment of their 
delivery, but if taken from the office and subsefiuently ro-postcd they 
become subject to a njpw rate of postajje, in default of which they will 
be sent to the Dead Letter OtHce, Ottawa. 

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. ^ 

Newspapers and periodicals printed and published in Canada may 
be sent by I*o8t from the Office of publication to regular subscribers in 
Canada free. 

Transient Newspapers and Periodicals addressed to places in Canada, 
will be sent at the rate of one cent ])er 4 ounces, which must be prepaid 
by postage stamp. Newspapers and Periodicals weighing less than one 
ounce n ay be posted singly, prepaid by postage stamp, one half ct. each. 

MISCELLANEOUS MAIL MATTER. 

The rates of postage upon all books, pamphlets, occasional publica- 
tions, printed circulars, prices current, hand bills and other rohterial 
wholly in print, and on packages of seeds, bulbs, roots, scions or grafts, 
patterns or samples of goods or merchandise, is one cent fr four 
ounces or fraction thereof, to be prepaid by postage stamp or stamped 
postband or wrapper. 

Upon all hooks and newspaper manuscripts, printers' proof-sheets, 
whetiier corrected or not, maps, prints, drawings, engravings, litho- 
graphs, photographs, when not on glass or in cases, containing glass, 
sheet music whetiier printed or written, documents partly printed or 
written, not being letters or intended to serve the purpose of letters — ; 
such as deeds, insurance policies, miliiia and school returns, or other ' 
documents of like nature — and on all miscellaneous matter transmiss- i 
aide by post, not otherwise provided for — the rate of postage is one \ 
cent for each two ounces or fraction of two ounces, to be prepaid by 
postage stamp or stamped post band or wrapper. 

Prepayment of Matter of the above description is in all cases com- 
pulsory. 

PARCELS. 

Closed parcels weighing not more than .5 lbs., may be sent to any 
place within the Dominion at the rate of 6 cts. per 4 oz. Parcels 
open to inspection and weighing not more than 4 lbs,, may be forwarded 
at the rate of 1 cent per oz. 

REaiSTRATION FEE. 

To places within the Dominion, 5 cents each letter, post card, parcel 
or packet of sample. 

Information in regard to the rules governing registered correspon- 
dence, etc., may be had at any Post Office. 



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tho British Empire and to Foreign Coiintrios 



COUNTRIES. 



AdPii (In Arabia) India PoHtal Anoncy. 

AlgtMilt 

Ai'tfoiitine ConCoderatioti 

AiiMtralii), South and West, via Bi'Indigi. 

" via Sou Franc.iaco 

AuHfrla-Huiitfary 

Dahanias 

liel^ium 

Hurinuda 

Poriieo, North (British) 

Brazil 

Cafte Colony 

Ceylon 

Chili. 



China - 
Hong-KonK and aRnneieB of Hon^-Koii"^ P. 
O. at Anioy, Canton, Foo-Chow, Hankow, 
Hoihow, Ninjj;po,^ShaM|;;hai and Swatow. . , 

Colombia 

CypriiH 

iJenmark, inclndinj: Iceland it Faroe Islands 

EaBt Indies (Dutch), Java, fto 

I'iKypt-- 

Falkland Islands 



Fiji Islands 

Franco 

Gambia r. . , 

Germany , 

Gibraltar 

Gold Coast 

Great Britain and Ireland . 

Greece 

Gnadur (iir Beloochistan). . 

Guiana, British 

" Dutch and French. 

Honduras 

" British (Belize) 

India, British 

Italy. 



Japan 

Lagos 

Malta 

Mauritius 

Mexico 

Muscat (in /irabia) India Postal Agency. 

Natal 

Netherlands 

Newfoundland 

New South Wales, via Brindisi 

" " via San Franc.iaco. . . 

New Zealand, via Brindisi 

" via San Francisco 

Norway 

Persia 

Peru 



Portugal, iuclud'g Azores and Madeira Islands 



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Sf. Pierre et Miquelon 

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Sandwich Islands 

Seyclielles Islands 

Sierra Leone 

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Tasmania, "ia Brindisi 

" /ia San Fi anci^eo 

Turkey (Furopean and Asiatic) 

United .States of America 

Venezuela 

Victi^ria (Australia) via I'.rindlsi 

Zniizibar (India Postal Agency) 

West India Islands : 

British — Haliamas, Turks Island 

/"Antij^na, l')arl)adoes. Dominica, Gre- 

<i ) nada, Jamaica, Monserat, Nevis, St. 

"] Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Trinidad 

( and Tobnf^o, via New York 

Danish — St. Croix, St. John and St. Tlionias. 

Spanish — Cuba 

Porto Rico, via New York 

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a Same rates and regulations as snch matter passing within Canada. 

Letters containing gold or silver money, (excepting such addressed to 
the United Stutes) jewels, or precious articles, or anythin<«: liable to 
Customs duties, will not he forwarded, regtsteriHl or unregistered, to any 
place beyond the limits of the Dominion of Canada. 

Newspapers and periodicals printed and published in Canada may 
he sent by post from the office of publication or news agency, to regular 
subset ihers or news agents in Newfoundland or the United States, tree; 
to the United Kingdom, Ic. per lb. 

On transient newspapers addres.sed to the United Kingdom the rate 
is one cent per two oz or fraction of 2 oz., to be prepaia by postage 
stamps. 

Newspapers if sent singly, must be prepaid ai the new>paper rate, 
but they may be sent in packets paid collectively at book post rate, or 
by ne > spaper mte, but if at newspaper rate, each paper must be paid 
the same rate as il sent singly. 

Parcels open to inspection and weighiwg not more than 4 lbs., may 
be sent to p'aces in tite United States at th«' rate of Ic per oz. 

Full information in regard to the rates of postage to British 
Colonies and foreign countries, via England, or the United States, 
inland and foreign mail connections, the rules governing letters, news. 



In the Stable, SIMSOIV'S LINIMENT is ackiiowledj^ea as 



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papers, books, periodicals, siimples and parcel post, and the transmis- 
sion of post cards, ships letters, free matter, &c., may he ohtained at 
any Post Office. 



PARCEL POST BETWERX CANADA AND THE UNITED KINGDOM. 

The following are the regulations : 

1. A parcel must not exceed 5 lbs, in weiiJtht. ' 

2. The dimensions of a parcel must not exceed 2 feet in length b}' 1 
foot in width or d'-'pth. 

3. A parcel must not contain any explosive, combustible or dangerous 
articles, nor any article ofa perishable or fragile cliaiacter, nor liquors or 
matters likely to injure other parcels or mail transmissions 

4. All parcels must be securely and substantially pac'^ed and closed. 

5. Each parcel must be plainly directed, and such direction must 
include tiie name and full address of the person for whon« the p:ircel is 
intended. - 

fi. For each parcel posted, the sender must fill up a Customs Declaration. 
On this form xh*' sender will supply an accurate statement of the contents 
and value of tlie pivcel, also the address thereot, with signature and 
place of abode of the sender. 

7. The postage on parcels for the United Kingdom must in all cases be 
prepaid by Canada postage stamp, and on pircels posted in Nova Scotia 
the charge will be 25 cents per lb. or fraction ofa lb. 

The Parcels exchanged with the United Kingdom will fpass exclusively 
in th*^ Weekly Mails conveyed l>y the Canadian steamers to and from the 
St. I.awrence in summer and Halifax in winter, and such parcels cannot 
be sent via New York. , • » > . . ^ 

* Money Orders. 

On Money Orders drawn by any Money Order Office in Canada on 
any other Money Order Office in the Dominion, the commission is 
as follows : — 

Not exceeding S4 ."'. 2 cents. .. 

Over $4 " " ' SIO 5 " . 

" 10 " 20 10 " . 

" 20 " 40 20 » 

" 40 " 60 30 " 

" 60 " " 80 40 " 

" 80 " " 100 50 " 

No single Money Order, payable in the Dominion of Canada, can be 
issued for more than $100; but as many of $100 each ma}' b. given 
as the reniitter requires. 

Not more than one Order noder SlOO payable in Canada may he 
issued to the same person iu ihe >ame day, drawn on the same place 
in favor of tiie same payee. 

Money orders are issued in Canada on the following Foreign countries 
and British Possessions, at the raten of commission .shown below: 

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The United Kinjirdom. 



Newfoundland. 
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I'tlyrinni. 
*Cliiiia. (See Honj^- 

Kon}?.) 
*I)etiniark, iiicludinif 
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"Dutch East Indies. 
*Kny|jt. 

Friince and Algeria. 
Uermiui Empire. 
■Holland (Netherlands) 
Italy. 
*Japan. 
■'Norway. 

*Portusal, including 
Miidoira and the 
Azores. 
Roumania. 
■Sweden. 
Switzerland. 
V^United States. 
Constantinople. 
*Cyprus. 
*Gibraltar. 
*Mc,lta. 
Smyrna. 

*Tany:ier, (Morrocco.) 
♦liercnda. 



/^"British India, includ- 
intf ajfencies of the 
Indian Post Office at 
Aden, lia,;fdad, Ban- 
dor-Abas, Bushire, 
Rusr.ih, Guadar, 

Jask, Linji:a, Muscat 
and Zanzibar. 
^Ceylon. 

{ "^HoniJi'-Kony:, indud- 
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IIoiiu-Kon.if Post 
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Swatow. 
North Borneo. 

^*Straits Settlements. 

('*C ijie Colony. 

*Ganibia. 
I *Gold Coast. 

^La'.-'os. 

^Mauritius. 

'Natal. 

*St Helena. 

^Seychelles Islands. 

^Sierra Leone. 






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^*Anti^ua. 

"* Bahamas. 

*Barbadoe8. 

*British Guiana. 

♦Dominica. 

♦Grenada. 

*Hondunis (British.) 

Jamaica. 

*Montsorrat. 

"Nevis. 
Panama 
Agency). 

*St. Kitts. 

*St. Lucia. 

*St. Vincent. 

*TobiG:o. 

^Triniciad. 
V,*Turk's Island. 

'New South Wales. 
New Zealand. 
Queensland. 
♦South Australia. 
Tasmania. 
Victoria. 
'Western Australia 



For suras not exceeding — 

$10 S20 $30 $40 $50 
10c. 20c. 30c. 40c. 50c. 

Money Orders on the above countries are drawn iu Canada Cur- 
rency, and may be had for any sum not, in excess of $50; but Postmasters 
are at liberty to issue several orders of $50 each if required by the 
remitter. 

Note. — The exchange of Money Orders with the Countries and 
British Colonies distinguished by an asterisk (*) is not direct, but 
through London, England. Money Orders payable in these countries 
are subject, therefore, to the following small abatement, being charges 
made by the British Post Office : 

For sums not exceeding — ' ■ 

£2 £5 £7 £10 " ,: ' 

3c?. 6c/. 9d. Is. 

Full information in regard to Money Orders may be obtained at any 
Money Order Post Office. 



Railways, Stage Coaches and Steamers. 

The Intercolonial Railway connects Halifax, N. S., with. St. John, 
N. B. ; and l)y Moncton and Point Levi with the (Jrand Trunk 
Railway to Mcntrcnl, and i he whole Railway system ot (.anada ; and 
by a branch line from Truro to Pictou, with the Gulf of St. Lawrence. 
Chief Siiperinti'iident , D. Pottinger, Moncton, N. B. Has Stations as 
follows : — 



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NOVA SCOTIA. 

Halifax .... 

Rockinfjham .... 4 

Bedford .... 8 

Rocky Lnke .... 11 

Windsor Junction 13 

Wellington 21 

Grand Lake 2.3 

Oaktic'id 25 

Enfield 28 

Elmsdale .... 30 

Milford 35 

Shubenacadie .... 39 

Stewiacke 44 

Alton 48 

Brookfield 53 

Johnston .... 57 

Truro .... 61 

Belmont 69 

Debert .... 73 

East Minos 75 

fjondonderry .... 78 

Folleifrh Lake 86 

Wentworth .... 90 

Greenville 96 

Thomson 103 

Oxford 107 

River Philip 110 

Salt Springs . . . 1 14 

Springhill 121 

Athol 126 

Maccan 130 

Nappan ... 133 

Amherst 138 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Aulac 

Sackville 

Dorchester 



144 
147 

159 



'Meniramcook . . . . 167 

Meadow Brook... 174 

Painsec Junction. 179 

Humphrny .... 185 

Moncton .... 187 

Boundary Cieek. , 197 

Salisbury .... 200 

Pollet Rrvcr .... 205 

Petilcodiac 210 

Anagance .... 216 

Penobsquis .... 225 

Pliimweseep 2291 

Sussex . . 232j 

Apobaqui .... 237| 

Norton 243 j 

BIoon)field 249| 

Passekeag 250i 

Ham))ton .... 254 

Nauwigewauk. .*. . 259 

Model Farm 262 

Quisf)amsi3 .... 264 

Hothcsay 267 

Riverside .... 269 

Torryburn 270 

Brookville 272 

Cold Brook 273 

St. John 276 

MONCTON TO 
POINT LEVI. 

Moncton 187 

Berry's Mills 195 

Canaan 206 

Coal Branch 215 

Wclford .... 224 

Kent Junct'n .... 233 

Rotrersville 244 

Barnaby River. . . 255 

Chatham Junction 259 

Miramichi .... 265 



Beaver Brook 

Bartibogue 

Red Pine 

Bat hurst 

Petite Roche 

Belleduhe 

Jrtcquet River 

New Mills 

Cha.lo 

Dalbousie 

Campbellton 

Metapcdia 

Mill Stream 

Assametquaghan 

Causapscal 

Am(pii 

Cedar Hall 

Sayabec 

Tartague 

St. Octave 

St. riavie 

vSt. Luce 

Kimouski 

Bic 

St. Fabien 

St Simon 

Trois Pistoles 

Isle Verte 

St. Arsene 

Cacouna 

Riviere Du Loup 

Point Levi, 



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STATIONS ON THE NEW GLASGOW BRANCH. 



i Truro 

Valley 

1 Union 



Stellarton 
Westville 



61 Riversdale 
65 West River 
70 Glengarry 



74 Hopewell 
82 1 Stellarton 
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STATIONS ON THE PIOTQ.U BRANCH. 



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STATIONS ON THE PORT MULGRAVB BRANCH. 



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Burney's River 24 

Marsliy Hope 27 

James' Hiver 32 

Rriorly Brook 36 

Anti<:oMi.sh 41 

Soiitli River 46 

Taylor's Road 48 

Poinquet 51 

Heatherton 53 



Bayfieia Road 56 

Af'ton 57 

Tracadie 61 

Ginoirs 62 

Littlt3 Tracadie 66 

Harbor au Bouclie .... 70 

Cape rorcupirie 74 

Mul<rrave 79 

Wharf 80 



The Intercolonial Railway connects at Picton, (during; the navigable 
season) with I'rince Edward Island Steam Navi<j;ation Co.'s steamers 
for Charlottetown, Georgetown, Summorsideand Shediac; Also, at St. 
John, by rail and steamers, with all parts of the Upper ''^-ovinces and 
the United States. 



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Painsee 

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DARTMOUTH BRANCH. 



A train leaves Dartmouth for Halifax Station, and Halifax for 
Dartmouth, in connection with Day Express trains to and from St. 
John. 



Routes connecting with the Intercolonial Railway. 

The trains of the Intercolonial Railwav connect at Shubenacadie 
daily with cimvevatice to Maiiland and to Middle and Upper Musquo- 
dohoit; at Brookfield daily with conveyance to Upper Stewiacke ; at 
Truro tri-weekly, witii conveyan •• .o Earltown Putl West Branch, 
River John, and tri-weekly witii o-.veyince to Onslow; at River 
DeBert tri-weeklv with coiivevance to M i^; Town ; at East Mines 
daily, with e(»nveyance to Foil" Village* at Loii' onderry Station daily, 
with coaches to Acadia lion mines auj' ■ • oai Village, and thence to 
Economy and Five Islands; at Wentworth Station daily, with coaches 
to Tatamagoiiche ; at Greenville Station daily, with coach to Wallace; 
at Thomson's Station daily, with coach to Pugwash; S[)rmg Hill 
Junction daily, wiih train to Parrsboro', and there daily with coach 
to Advocate Harbor; at Maccan daily with coach to Kiver Hebert and 
Lower Cove; at Amherst tri-weekly with coach to Linden 

Mail coaches run tri weekh between Upper Musquodoboit and 
Sheet Harbour, connecting at Upper Musquodoboit with coaches to 
an(l from Shuben cadie, and at Sheet Hatbor with coaches to and 
from Salmon Hiver, Marie Joseph, Siierbrooke, etc. 

The trains of the Pictou branch connect at West River Station tri- 
\v oe'viy, witii conveyances to West River, Durham and fictou ; at 
Hoi>fW«dl >'''tli CO iches ruii»ing daily tu Sunny brae and tri-wtekly to 
Caledonia and Melrose. 

C( jri' rtions are m;ido w' h the trains of the Port Multrrave branch 
a.s fellow-. ; — JV.i'l Coa< Iie^i run from Aniigonisti to Sherbrooke, daily ; 
t!;roup.h tickets issued nr the Railway Depot, Halifax. This route is in 
direc: communication with the Gold Diggings at Sherbrooke, Goldeu- 
\i!l ail-', ofiier districts. 

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Harbor, Isaacs Harbor, and serai-weekly with Coaches to Glonelp 'nid 
Caledonia. 

The coach for Guysboro leaves Heatlierton daily on arrival of the 
mail from New Giasfjow, and connects with coaches running daily 
between Guysboro' and Cape Canso. 

Morrison's Mail Coaches leave Port Hawkosbury 'daily, on 
arrival of Mail from Port MiilLrrave for St Peter'*^ and Sydney. 
Through tickets can be had at Halifax. 

Coraections are made at Port Hawkesbury daily with coaches to 
Port Hastings, Port Hood Mabou, Margaree Forks, and Eastern 
Harbor, and daily also for Whycocomagh and IJaddeck. 

Connections are also made daily at Grandance with conveyance to 
Grandique Ferry and Arichat ; at River Iiilnibitaiits' Hridge, daily with 
conveyance to West Bay ; at East Bay, daily, with conveyance to North 
Sydney and Sydney Mines ; and at Sydney with coaches daily to Brid<:e- 
port, Little Glace IBay, Cow Bay, Linganund Louisburg. (^oaches run 
tri-weekly between North Sydney, Little Bras D'Or, Big Bras D'Or, 
New Campbelltown, Eiiglishtown, Baddcck; and semi-weekly between 
Big Bras D'Or, Boularderie, and Baddeck. 

Archibald's Mail Coaches run daily between Port Hastings and 
North Sydney, via Grand Narrows. 



SPEINGHILL AND PARRSBOROUGH RAILWAY. 

Connects at Spring Hill Junction with trains of the Intercolonial 
Railway. Snjterintendent, J. G. Aiktnan. Has stations at — 



Spring Hill Junction . . 

Spring Hill Mines. .... 5 

Mountain Road 8 

Etter Road 10 

Maccan 13 



Southampton 16 

West Brook 19 

Halfway Lake 22 

Lakeland 28 

Parrsboiough 32 



WINDSOR AND ANNAPOLIS RAILWAX". 

Incorporated under Imperial and Provincial Charters. Connects 
at Windsor Junction with the Intercolonial Railway from HUifax, and 
runs through the Counties of Hants, Kings and Annapolis, to the town 
of Annapolis Royal, thence connecting with a line of s- imers to St. 



,John, N.B. during the summer mouths, and a dail 
coaches to Digby and Yarmouth. 

The principal offices of the Company are at 5 an 
Chambers, Victoria Street, London. General Mtih 
Kentvitte, Nova Scotia. Agent at Halifax, C. R. F 
Street. Has stations at — 

Rockingham 4 Mount Denson.. 

Bedford .... 9,Hantsport 

Rocky Lake .... 12iAvonport 
Windsor Junction 14j Morton Landing 

17, Grand Pre .. 



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P. Innis, 
126 Hollis 



Beaver Bank .... 
Mount Uniacke. . 
Stillwater .... 
Ellershouse 

Newport 

Three Mile Plains 
Windsor . i . . 

Falmouth .... 



27jWolfville 



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53 All I Hi 

.58 j Kingston 

ro Wilmot 

6l|Mid(llcton 

64 ■ Lawrence town 



34 Port Williams 66 Paradise 



37 Kentville 
40 1 Cold brook 
43 Cambridge 
46 Waterville 
481 Berwick 



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At Annapolis a steamer connects wilh the Windsor and Annapolis 
Railway for Ui^^by and St. John, N. B., and thence hy rail or steamer 
to all parts of New Brutiswick, the United Stutes and Upper Provinces. 

Routes connecting with the Windsor and Annapolis Railway. 

The trains of the VV. and A. Itailwav Company make connections 
at Newport Station daily with coacli to Ncwp .rt ; at Windsor, scmi- 
wec^klv. with coiicli to (/litistcr, at Port Williams Station uoint; West 
and Kentville j^oinyj East daily with coaches to Cornwallis and Can- 
nini^; at Kiintviile, sein-weekiy, witii coaches to New Ross and Chester; 
at Lawrencetown semi-weokly, and Aylesford, weekly, with coaches to 
Bridjijewater. 

Coaches (carrylnn^ H. M. Mails) run daily between Annapolis and 
Liverpool. Leave Annapolis at 3 p. m., and arrive at Liverpool on 
followina: dav in time to connect with Stages to Halifax and Sheihnrne 
Leave Liverpool at 3 p. m., and arrive at Annapolis on the following 
day in time to connect with train for Halifax. 

CoACiiKS, carryin>^ H. M. mails, leave Annapolis for Clements- 
port and Dij^by, daily, on arrival of train from Ilalifax. Returning, 
leave Dis^byon arrival of mail from Yarmouth. Connections are made 
at Deep Brook daily with conveyances to and from Hillsburgh and 
Bear liiver; and at Digby daily with coaches to and from Sandy Cove, 
Freeport, and Westport, Briar Island. 



\VRSTERN COUNTIES RAILWAY. 

Connpcts at Digbv with steamers to Annapolis and St. John, and 
runs throu;^h die Counties of Dls^hy and Y ,' -mouth, to the town of 
Yarmouth. Gene /id SnpcrintPMdcnt, J. JBrignell. Has stations at — 



Di^rby 

Jordan Town. 
Bloomfield 
North Range . 
Plympt^n 
Port Gilbert . 
Weymouth 



Belliveau 

4 Church Point, 

9 Little Brook . 

II Saulnierville . 

11 Meteghan 

U) Hcttanoog . 

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26 Lake Jes!»ie 
30 Brazil Lake 
32 Green Cove 
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46 1 Yarmouth 
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W.T^STERN SHORE ROUTE. 
Halifax to Yarmouth. 



Blair's Coaches carrying H. M. mails, leave Halifax daily at 
6.30 o'clock, A. M., for Head of St. Margaret's Bay, Chester, Mahone 
Bay, Br'.Jgewater, &c. Returning, leave Bridgewater daily at 5 a. m. 
Conne(!tions are made daily at Mahone Bay and Bridgewater, going 
and returning with coaches to and from Lunenburg, and daily at head 
of St Margaret's Bay with a coach to French Village, Glen Margaret 
and Peggy's Cove. 

Coaches, carrying H. M, mails, leave Bridgewater for Mills 
Village, Liverpool, Lockeport, Shelburne, daily ^t 8 p.m. Returning, 
leave Shellmrne dailv tit noon. Connections are made daily at Liver- 
pool with coaches to and from Milton and Port Mcdway 

Coaches, (carrying H. M. Mails), leave Shellmrne for Barrington, 
Tusket, Yarmouth, &c., daily at 4 p. m., arriving at Yarmouth in 
time to connect with the tnorning train for Digby. Returning, leaves 



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Yarnioutli, daily, after arrival of train from Dii^by. Conncrtions are 
made at (/lyd>' River and at Barrinj^ton with conveyances to various 
shore settlements. 



HMllfiix.... 

Head St Margaret's Bay.. 21 

McLean's 11 

Chester (4.5) l.S 

Mahone Bay (65) 20 

BrkL',ewatcr 9 

Mill Villa«;e 18 

Liverpool (102) .,, 10 

Fort Mouton 10 



Port Joli 4 

Sable River fpm,. 1^ 

L'H'keport 14 

Jordan River 12 

Shclhurne (141) 7 

Barrino;ton 23 

Yarmouth 47 

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Hulifax t,> Sheet Harbour. 

QnrNN's StafijG (carrying H. M. Mails) leaves Halifax for Mus 
quodoboit Havbonir, Jeddore, Ship Harbour, Tangier, and Sheet 
Harbour, every Mondaij, Wednesdatj and Fridaif morning at 6 o'clock; 
returning the intervening days. 



Halifax 

Innis', Porter's Lake. ... IB 
Ormon'B, Chezetcook lid 2 
Musquodolioit Harbour. . 10 
Webbe."*s, Lakevilie 12 



Ship Harbour € 

Tangier 14 

Sheet Harbour 20 



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M irie Joseph and Sherbvooke on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 
6 a.m., reiurning the inteivening days : 



Sheet Hitrhoiir 

Salmon River 16 

Marie Joseph , 19 

Lisionib 15 



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STEAMERS. 

Great Britain. — Royal Mail Steamers of the Allan Line leave 
Halifax for Queenstown every alternate Monday at 12 noon ; and leave ' 
Liverpool vi.a QueGn,sto\vn for Halifiix every alternate Tuesday. These 
steamers call at St. John's Newfoundland, both on the homeward and 
outward trips. S. Cunard & Co., Agents. 

The packets of the Allan Line which carry the weekly mails between 
the Upi'.er Provinces and the United Kingdom, call at Halifax during 
the winter months. 

H\MPAx AND Boston. — Mail steamers run weekly between Boston 
and Halifax. J. F. Thelan & Son, Auents. 

Red Cross Line. — Steamers of this line make regular trips between 
New York, Halifax and Newfoundland. F. D. Corbett & Co., Agents. 

Wert Coabt of Newfoundland. — The steamer flar/aw mukes 
fortnightlv trips between Hiiifax and ports on the West Coast of 
Newfoundland. Piekford & Black, A{i#nts. 



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St. Pikrre kt Miqukt.ov. — The mail steamer St. Pierre runs 
forttiiyhtly between IlnliCax and St. Pierre et Muiuelon, cRllin<; at 
North Syiliu'v, leaving IlalifUx evory alternate Monday, oxcept dnrinfj; 
till! months oi". January, February, March and A))rd, when she awaits 
the arrival of the Enj^iish Mails. F. D. Corbett & ('o., Aj^ent. 

Maodai.kn Islands, — The steamer Bmver, carrvinc' II. M. Mails, 

alen Islands, via Geor>;etown 
ami Souris, 1'. K. I., icavin^^ Pictou every Monday. On every fourth 
Monday tiie steamer's trip is extended beyond the Magdalen Islands to 
Gaspe Basin or Perce and back. 

Halifax and Yarmoiitii. — Thos'eamer "City of St. John" runs 
weekly from Ilalitax to Yarmouth, touchinp: at Lnnenbnr}?, Liverpool, 
S'i'>lburne and IJarriiijiton. Connects at Yarmouth with mail steamers 
foi it. John and Boston. Pickford & Black, Atrents. 

Halifax and LuNKNnuRG. — The steamer E/ectra plies twice a 
week each svay between Halifax and Lnnenbnrjr. The Airndin pllis 
twice a week between Halifax, Prospect, Chester and Mahone Bay. 
Black Bros., A^enis. ^, - . 

Halifax and Bridoewater. — The steamer Bridgpwatcr makes 
semi-weekly trips between Halifax and Bridgewater. Jos. Wood, 
Agent. 

Yar.moutii, and Hoston, U. 8. — The mail steamer Yarmouth, 
makes semi-weekly tri{)S between Yarmouth and Boston. W. A. 
Chase, Yarmouth, Agent. 

Annapolis, Dighv and St. John, N. B. — Mail Steamers in con- 
nection with the Windsor and Annapolis Railway, run daily between 
Annapolis and Digby and Hve times per week in summer and tri-weekly 
in winter, between Digby and St. John. 

Annapolu and Boston — A steamer leaves Annapolis for Boston 
on Tuesdays and Saturdays, alter arrival of train from Halifax, and 
returns from Boston on Mondays and Thursdays. R. A. Carder, 
Agent, Annapolis. 

Eastern Shore. — Tlie steamer Pn'ncef^s Beatrice runs weekly from 
Halifax to Charloitetown, calling at Sheet Harbour, Canso, Arichat, 
Port Hawkesbury, Port Mulgrave, and Port Hastings. Leaves Halifax 
on Tuesdays, and P. E. I. on Thursdays. Piekford & Black, 
Agents. 

Minas Basin and St. John. — Steamers of this route make reguair 
trips between Windsor, Hant-port, WolfVille, Kingsport, Parrsboro' 
pier. Parr>boro' village, Maitland and St. John, N. P. Proprietors : 
Churchill & Sons, Hantsport. 

Bras D'Or Steam Navigation Co , carrying H. M. Mails, The 
Steamers " Marion," " Neptnne" and " Magnolia ," run regularly on 
the Bras D'Or Lake, touching at chief points in the interior of Cape 
Breton. 

Port Mulgrave, Arichat, Canso, Gttysboro', Port Hood ' 
A^o Mabou. — The steamer " Rimouski," carryin-r H. M. Mails, ; 
leaves P-^ rt Mulgrave for Canso, via Arichat, on IVIondays and Fri- 
days, for Guvshoro' on Wednesdav< and Saturdavs, and for Port Hood 



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and Mabou on Tuesdays and Tliiirsdays. after arrival of injiil train from 
New Giasijow, and returns in time to connect with murtiing trains for 
New Glasgow on fuilowiuj; mornings. i 

PiCTOU, PoKT HooT> AND Mahou. — Tho stoaincr lipuvvr runs 
weekly lietwcen Tictou, Port Hood, Mahon, Mar^jurce and Clieticamp, 
leavinjjf Pictou on Thursdays after arrival uf lust train from IIuHfux. 

Princk P^dwaud Isi^ANi). — Mail stcaniers ply daily dnriiij,' sniiimer 
between Pictou and Charlottetown'. J.C>. Muckintosh, Ai^ent, Halifax. 

FrRNK88 Link. — Direct service from Halifax to London and 
Humhnr;^'. Pickford & Black, A^eiitn, Halifax. 

QuKUEC Steamshii' Line. — Connecting; Picton, Prince Edward 
Island, Perce, Gaspe, Father Point, Quebec and Montreal. 

Dominion Link. — Direct service between Liverpool and Halifax 
during; winter. A. G. Jones & Co., Agents. 



MEDICAL REGISTER. 



Provincial Mf,i)ical Jioxm)— Members Appointed bi/ (jfovemment. 
— pjdward Furrell, M i)., Halifax ; David H. Muir, M.D , Tniro ; \V. 
H .McDonald, M.o,, Anti^'onisb ; Alex. D. Mc' lilKary, m.d., Sydney ; 
N. E McKay, m.d , Halifax ; Hem. i) McN. Parker, m.d., Halifax ; 
A. 0. Page, Ri D , Truro. Members Appninteil bij N. S. Medicdl 
Societi/.—D. A. Campbell. M.D., Halifax ; J. V Black, M.D., Halifax; 
Wm. McKay, M.D., M. P. P., Glace Bay, C H. ; Ste[)heii Dt>d;-,'e, M.D., 
Halifax; W. B. Motjre, M n., Kentville ; John McMillan, m.d.. 
Pictou. 

OPKlCER^i of' THE BoARD.— P/rs/(/e?t^ A. C. Page, M.D., Truro; 
Treasurer, J. F. Black, M.U., Halifax ; Registrar, A. W. H. Lindsay, 
j M.D , Halifax. 

1 Medical Examiners. — Dr A J Cowie, "[Talifax, Medicine ; Dr Edw 
^ Farrell, Halifax, Surgery; Dr A C P jjc, Tx-uro, ( )b.'^tetrics and Dis- 
' eases of \v omen and Children ; Dr VV S Muir, Trui'o, Materia 
Medica ; DrG L SincLiir, Dartmouth, Anatomy and Physiology; Prof 
I (;reo Lavvson, Halifax, Chemistry. 

Matriculation Examinations. — Examinations t^dve place on the 
first Thursday in May and 8ei)tember, and on the last TlJur^sday in 
I October of each year. Examiners —Rev Khenezer Ko.ss, Truro; Prof 
J, B. Cuirie, Halifax. 



Adlington Robert, M D., Edin, 1854, M R c s, I'ng, 18.57, Shubenacadie. 

Aitkin Chas C, M D, Harv, Mass, ISoO, Lunenburg 

Allen D C, M J^, Jeff Med Coll, Phil, 1875, XewfountUand 

Allen Jas G, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1880, Brooklyn, N Y . 

Almon Hon VV J, M D, Glasg, 1838, Halifax city 

Almon Thos R, M i), Long Isl'dColl, N. Y, IHW,, M D, Coll P & S, NY, 

18()7, Halifax city 
Aiiderson F II, L d c s, Edin, 1888. L R c P, Edin, 1833, M R c s, Eng, 

1884, Yarmouth 
Andrews A R, M D, c M. Hal Me<l Coll, 1871>, Turks island, B W I 
Andrews C F, M D, Harv, Mass, 18()8, Caledonia, Queens 



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AngUH Alex C, M 1), Coll P jind S, Bait, 1882, Oxford, Cumbcrlaiul 

AiiKwin xVlaria Louisa, m d, Woin Mud Coll, N Y Iiif, IMH'J, Halifax city 

Atkiiisou M C, M I., c M, Hal Mt>.d Coll, ISSI, Hristol, N li 

Atkinson, Martin (iay, ii D, I'liiv N Y, \SHl, I'urrsboro, (Jinnborland 

Ayer Nehoniiali, M D, o M, Mciliill, 18S0, l{ivor Hobcrt, Cnniboiland 

Ba.hl)itt Walter, M D, v. m, Tiin Univ, 1887, FT M s, 18S7, I'arisboro' 

Balcoui rarktsr N, M l), ITniv of N Y, 187r), Aylesford, Kings 

J5arnaij> Clannico David, Lie Prov Mi'd Ji'd N S, 1S,m1, Unitod Statew 

Barnaby (lideon, M D, liarv, Mass, 1S72, VVoyniouth liridgc, Digby 

Barnal>y .lohn M, M i), Harv, Mass, iHdJi. Ilridgctown, Annapolis 

Barss Andriuv DnW, M n, JMlin, ISUl, W'olfvilli', Kings 

Bart(»n W in C, M i), C!oU 1' and S, N Y, lHr)S, i'ubnicu Yarmouth 

Bell (ieorge, M l), llarv, Mass, 18(58, Yarmouth 

Bell (lOo W, M 1), Coll I' and S, N Y, 18(;!), Kingston Station, Kinga 

Bent Chas, m d, ITniv Bonn, 1847, 'J'lMiro, Colclusstcr 

Bent \\ ni H, M o, llarv, Mass, 18()!), Argyle, Yarmouth 

Best Fredk, M D, IJniv Benn, 187(5, Homerset, Kinijfs 

Bethune .John L, M i), c M, Dal, 187^, Baddeck, Victoria, C B 

Bingay Ceo T, Ml), Univ N Y, 1840, much, Lng, bSolJ, West} tort 

Bingay John M, M l), Harv, Mass, l8(5,*i, Tuskcst, Yarmouth 

Black C A, M 1), Univ Peiin, 18(37, Amherst, Cuinl)erland 

Black J B, M 1), Amer Univ Phil, 18(57, Windsor, Hants 

Black John F, Jl D, Coll P and S, N Y, 18(58, Halitax city 

Black llufus S, M i), Ldin, L u c h, l<Min, 188(5, Ontario, California, US 

Bliss C C W, M I), Jeff Med Coll, Phil, 1880, (cl 11, Med Act, N S,) 

Amherst 
Boggs, Geo W, II n, c m, Mc(:rill, 188fi, Pairsboro, Cumlierland 
Borden Fredk W, M i), Harv, Mass, 18(58, Canning, Kings 
Bowles K P, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1874, Wolfville, Kini 
Brown Saml D, M n, Univ Penn, 1848, Maitland, Hants 
Buckley (4eorgo E, M i), Jeff Med Coll, Phil, 18(57, (jiuysboro' 
Burgess F N, M l), Harv, Mass, 18(55, Cheverie, Hants 
Burns S \V, m d. Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 18(34, Shelburne 
Burns Thos M, Mi^ Bell Hos]> Med Cijll, N Y, 18G4, (Jakland, Cal, US 
Byers J A, M i). Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1875, Spring Hill Mines 
Cadegan John C, M D, Bell Pfosp Med Coll, NY, 1882, L Clace Bay,CB 
Calder James S, M i), Harv, Mass, 18(5(5, Biidgewater, Lunenburg 
Caldwell C P, m n, Harv, Mass, 187(5, (cl 11 , Med Act, N S) St Jolin, N B 
Cameron Alhin, M u, Univ N Y, 1886, Crand Narrow.s, C B 
Cameron Hugh, M \), Univ Penn, 1801, Mabou, Inverness 
Cameron John, M !), Clasg, L R C S, Ediii, 1855, Port Hood, C B 
Cameron John Jo>s, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1889, AuLigonish 
Cameron John Thomas, M i), Harv, Mass, 18(35, Rivei' John, Pictou 
Cameron Win M, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1872, HaHfax city 
Campbell C Pitz Hy, M i), Univ Penn, 1847, Moncton, N B .. , , 

Cami)bell Donald A, M D, c M, Dal Coll, 1874, Halifax city 
Campbell John (i, M i), Univ Penn, 187^5, Northport, Cumberland 
Carey i*o1:)ert H, M i), Harv, Mass, 18(5(5, residence not known 
Carmichael, Alex (reo, M D, Univ N Y, 1882, Margaree, Inverness, CB 
Chase Thomas C, M i), Univ N Y, 1873, St Margarets I3ay, Halifax 
Chipman Henry, M D, Harv, Mass, 18(38, Crand Pre, Kings 
Chisholni D M, M u, Univ N Y, 1882, Port Hood, Inverness, C B 
Chisholm Donald, M i), c M, Dal Coll, 1874, British C()lumbia 
Chisholm Murd, M J), c M, Mc(j!ill, 1877, LU CP, Lond, 1880, Halifax city 
Chute J R, M D, c M, Hal Med Coll, 1877, Sherbrooke, Cuysboro 
Clarke Augustus T, M T), Harv, Mass, 18(30, Parrsboro', Cumberland 
Clarke Wm G, u D, Harv, Mass, 1852, Keutville, Kings 
Clay Henry P, M D, iN Y Univ, 1879, Parrsboro', Cumberland --:.;•; 
Cogswell A W, M D, c M, Hal Med Coll, 1884, HaUfax city 



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CoIh \V H, m I), How.!, Maine, 1H83, (cl It Mud Act,) Calefloni.-i, Quooiih 

nolt'inaii .J AiulrHw, M D, Hiirv, Mas«, 18(18, (Jranvillt! Kerry, Annaixilis 

('((Hit! .lames H, ^r d, Mjuv, MasM, 1,S(»!», Ivivt r John, I'ictou 

Cook S 1' K, M n, Udiv J'ciin, ISSC, Oxford, ( ^mi))nilaii(l 

Cove John W, M I), l^niv rcmi, 18(i7, Spring' Hill, (Iiiuihinland 

Covvio A J, M I), (Tniv T.miii, ISC.O, i, ii <; \\ Ijond, 187tt, Halifax city 

Cox llohiiiHou, M 1), (; M, I )al Coll, 187.'), r|>|» Stevviaclo', CoU-lifster 

Crawfonl, U llimttM-, M i>, lirll H...s|) M»m1 Coll, X Y, isss, Halifax city 

(jVv.vAi (Uiarli'.M, M u c K, Piiij,', 18.S8, Pugwash, (JiiinUorlaiid | 

Creed Kdwiii, M i», Tlyg Tlier Coll, n Y, 18(1;'., Ilpper Newport, Hants 

Creelman Fre<l S, m i"), Coll P and S, N Y, 18(17, Maitlaiid, Hants 

Cuiiniiifjrham Norman F, M D, Pell Hos]) Med Coll, NY, IS77, Dartm'tli 

CiUTy. M A, M 1), Uiiiv N Y, 18M:{, Halifax dty 

Dakin KoViert A, M i), Hai-v, Mass, IH(li), Pu(.,'\vash, Cumberland 

Davis Joseph D, M n, Horn Coll, Phil, 185!), Aulturn, Maine 

DeBlois Lonis ({, m d, Coll P it S, N Y, l-sr.l, l5ridi,'.>,to\vn, ATnianolis 

DeMille William Piidd, m d v m, Hal Med Coll, isvj, Halifax city 

DeniHGU Jatries H, M i), Univ PtMni, 1850, P>iH)oklvn, Ifants 

Den.smore Jas 1), M I), c M, Hal Med Coll, 1877, North Kast Hbr, Shelb 

DesBrisay Thomas L, M n, Powd Maine, 1S7(), riinienbur>f 

De^Vitt (Jeo K, M i), Harv, Mass, 1872, Halifax city 

DoVVolf, Ceo H H, m d, v m, Dal 1872, Dartmouth, Halifax 

Do Wolf James R, M d, Edin, L li c s, Edin, 1841, l)artmouth, Halifax 

Dobson, Wm Cains, m d, IJjiiv N Y, 1881, Amherst Cinnberland 

Dodd Marcus, m d. Coll P and S, N Y, 18(i(), Bridf?eport, C B 

Dodge Stephen, M I), Coll P and S, N Y, 1851), Halifax city 

Donhani B Eugene, if D, Harv, Mass, 18(18, Saulnierville, i)igby 

Drew Ceo Elkanah, M n, Univ N Y, 1881, Petite Riviere, Lunenburg 

Dyer J (t, m D, Univ Louis'a, I8(i7, Smith's Cove, Digby 

Eaton Foster Fitch, M I), Univ, N Y, 1881), Up|) Rose Bay, liUnenburg 

Elderkin Edwin Johnson, M DO sr. Mc(jrill, 1884, Riv Philip, Cumberl'd 

Ellison H A, M d, Univ N Y, 1877. Weymouth, Digby 

Ellison R J, 51 1), Univ Penn, 185(1, Bear River, Annapolis 

Falconer A F, M d, Harv, Mass, 18(j5, Sherbrooke, (Tuysboro' 

Parish George Wm T, M D, Jeff Med Coll, Phil, 188(1, Liver|>ool,Queens 

Parish Henry (4, M n, Univ Penn, M uc s, Eng,1840, Livtnpool, (Queens 

Farrell Edwd, M d, Coll P and S, N Y, 1864, Halifax city 

Fillmore Edward Wood, M DC M, McCill, 1887, Spencer's Isl'd, Cumb'd 

Fitch J N, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1807, Lakeville, Kings ' 

Fitch Simon, M n, Edin, 1841, Wolfville, Kings 

Fixott Henry Jas, md, Harv, Mass, 18(5(3, Arichat, Richmond 

Fox Chas James, M D, Univ Penn, 187(5, Pubnico, Yarmouth 

Eraser D A, M D, Univ Penn, 1870, Halifax city 

Eraser William, M D, Clasg, 18(»;>, L R c h, Edin, 1803, N Glasgow, Pictou 

Freeman Chas M, M D, c M, McCtIII, 1871, Cape Sable Isl'd, Shelburne 

Freeman Wm Snyder, Ml), Jeff, Phil, 1884, New Germany, Lunenburg 

French W K, M n, Univ N Y, 1857, Sackville, N B 

Fritz Emdon. M u, Bell Hos Med Coll, N Y, 1880, Digby 

Fritz Howard Douglas, m i», c m, McCtIII, 1888, Joggins jSEines, Cumb 

Fuller Albert James, M i), Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1886, Arcadia, 

Y^armouth 
Fuller Jas Newman, M n, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1868, Grand Pre, 

Kings 
Fullerton,- W S, M D, Utiiv N Y, 1882, Massachusetts, U S 
Fullerton Wm Y, M l), Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1872, Port Williams, 

Kings 
Gaudet Fidele, M D, Vict, Ont, 1880, Meteghan, Digby 
Gillis Auijus B, M o, C M, Queen's (Kingston), 1888, liass River, Cumb 
Gilpin Bernard J, M D, Univ Pemi, 1834, M KC s, Eng, 1840, Annapolis 



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tjoodwiii Fred W, M I), c M, Hal Mecl Coll, 1885, Halifax city 

fxosHip Chan J, M n, ICclin, ISjM), Windsor, Hants 

(touiIkv John M, M I), c M. Hal Med Coll, 1884, Sheet Harbor, Halifax 

(iraham John McK, Ml), JeflFMod Coll, Phil, 1872, residence not known 

(iray Chas, M i), Univ Penn, 1858, Mahone Bay, Lunenburg 

(Junn Robt, M n, Bell Hosp Med Coll, 1874, Strathlorne, Inverness.CB 

Hallett Edmund O, M n, c M, McGill, 1885. D'Escousse, C B 

Harel Victor, M D, Vict, Ont, St (iertrude, Nicolet, Q 

Harris Jaa W, m d, Harv, Mass, 1868, United States 

Harris John H, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll. NY 18(50, Beaver Riv.Digby 

Hawkins Arthur Charles, M n. c M McCxill, 1885, Halifax city 

Hayes Joseph, M n, Univ Penn, 1888, Springhill Mines, Cumberland 

Hevvson C W, m I), ITniv Penn, 1872, L MID and L R c P, Edin 1884, 

Amherst, Cumberland 
Howard Stei>hen, M D, Univ Penn, Phil, 18G6, Manitoba 
Irwin Frank, M D, Univ Bi)st, 1884, Lockeport, Shelburne 
Jacobs Stanna^e J, M n, Harv, Mass, 18(51, Lunenburg 
Jacques, Hartley Spinney, M D, Univ N Y, 1887, Victoria Ceneral 

Hospital, Halifax. 
Jamieson (leo, m d, Harv, Mass, 18(5(5, Ship Harbor, Halifax 
Johnson Daid M, M I), c M Hal Med Coll, 1878, Tatamagouche, Col Co 
Johnstone E J, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, NY, 1882, Victoria Mines, CB 
Johnstone, Lewis, M l>, Univ Penn 1845, Stellarton, Pictou 
Johnstone Lewis, M l),Edin, 1850, L RC s, Edin,1850, Sydney Mines,CB 
Johnstone Lewis VV, m n. Bell Hosp Med Cnll, 183(5, Sydney Mines, CB 
Jones Guy Carleton, M KC s, Eng, 1887, Halifax city 
Jones J Edgar, M l), Harv, Mass, 1858, Digby 
Keith Silvanua, L R c P & s, Kingst, 188(5, New Glasgow, Pictou 
Kelley Edgar K, M n. Coll P and S, N Y, 1865, Yarmouth 
Kelley Henry L, M i), Univ N Y, 1853, Yarmouth 
Kelly F W, M 1), Bowd, Maine, 1883, Chester 
Kempton Zenas M, M D, Dart, N H, 1866, V\'allace, Cumberland 
Kendall A S, m d, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1882, M R c s, Eng, 1884, 

Sydney, C B 
Kendall hV Ernest, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll. N Y, 1888, Sydney, CB 
Kennedy Evan, M D, Univ Bost, 1876, New Glasgow, Pictou 
Kinsman F S, M n, Univ N Y, 1884, Bear River, Digby Co 
Kirby Thomas, Lie N S, 1857, Tusket, Y'armouth 
Kirkpatrick Everind Alexander, M n o M, McGill, 1888, Canning, Kings 
Landry Alexander P, if i), Harv, Mass, 1870, Eel Brook, Yarmouth 
Lanigan John A, M D, Univ N Y, 1877, United States 
Lawson Archibald, M D, Coll P & S, N Y, 1806, M R c s, Eng, 1868, 

Kansas City, Mo, USA 
LeBlanc Aime A, M i>, Vict, Ont, 1884, Arichat, Richmond, C B 
Lindsay A W H, M n, c M, Dal, 1875, M B c M, Edin, 1877, Halifax city 
Linton D M, M D, cm. Hal Med Coll, 1876, W^stville, Pictou 
Lockwood T C, M 1), Bell Hosp Med Coll, NY, 188 , Lockeport, Shelb 
Lovett, Israel Melbourne, M D Harv, Mass, 1885, Yarmouth 
Lowerison E H, M D, Jeff Phil, 1883, (cl 11, Med Act, N S,) Amherst 
Mack J Newton, M i), Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1875, Bridge water 
March, H A, M D, Univ Mich, 1886, Bridgewater, Lunenburg 
March John Bartley. m n. Mich Univ, M85, Bridgewater, Lunenburg 
Margeson C J, M I), Harv, Mass, 1869, Hantsport, Hants 
Marshall C S, m d, Univ N Y, 1882, Mill Village, Queens 
Marshall Fred R, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1868, Halifax city 
Marsters Holmes, M i), Jetf Med Coll, Phil, 1840, Berwick, Kings 
Middlemas F, M l), Harv, Mass, 1873, Berwick, Kings 
Miller C J, M d, Harv, Mass, 1875, New Glasgow, Pictou 
Miller J S, M d, Berkah Med Coll, Mass, 1855, Canning, Kings 



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Miller John William, M l), Univ N Y, 18^5, Ciiniiitig, Kings 

Miller Samuel Nelson, M i), tTniv N Y, 187r), Middleton, Annapolis 

MilHom Thomas, M n, Harv, Mass, 1H70, Dartnumth 

Mitchell Robert, M D, L li c s, Edin, lHr>l>, Dorchester, N B 

Mitchell VV M, M i), Jeff Med Coll, Phil, 1855), New Glasgow, Pictou 

Moody J C, M l>, Univ N Y 18(j(;, Windsor. Hants 

Moore W B, M i), c M, Hal Med Col, 1870, Keiitville, Kin^s 

Morris Chaw H, M i), Harv, Mass, 18(58, Mid \[us(|aodol)oit, Halifax 

Morrison 1) N, M l), c m, Hal Med Coll, 188.3, Freeport, Digby Co 

Morrow, Arthur, m b, c m Edin, 188(5, Halifax city 

Morse C H, M D. Harv, Mass, 1804, Weymouth Bridge, Digby 

Morse Clinton James, M n, Edin, 1802, Amherst, (yumberland 

Morse John Allen, M D, Harv, Mass, 1804, Ohio, Yarmouth 

Morse Leander R, M D, Harv, Mass, 1800, Lawrencetown, Annapolis 

Morton Joseph Smith, M I), Univ N Y, 18>3, Shelhurne 

Mosely C A, M u, c M, Hal Med Coll, 1880, Jamaica 

Muir David H, M l). Coll P and S, N Y, 18(57, Truro, Colchester 

Muir Win Scott, M [), c M, Dal, 1874, l k c s, Ediji, 1877, l mid and 

L R c p, Edin, 1877, Truro, Colchester 
Munro C H, M l), Harv, Mass, 18(52, West River, Pictou 
Mnnro Hugh Ross, M n, Univ N Y, 1888, Stellarton, Pictou 
Munro Kennedy J, M D, Harv, Mass, 18(58, River John, Pictou 
Murphy Thos j F, M n. Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1888, Newfoundland 
Murray Daniel, M l), c m, McGill, 188(5, Campbellton, N. B 
Mutray, S C, M l), Harv, Mass, 1871. Hopewell Corner, Albert, N B * 
McDonald Allan, m o. Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1880, iVewfoundland 
McDonald D, registd under section 37, Act f)f 1872, Pugwash, Cumbl'd 
McDonald Finlay, m d, Univ N Y, 1888, Cape Island, Shelburne 
McDcmald Hugh N, md, cm. Queens, Khigst, 1882, Lake Aijislie, C B 
IV; Donald John, M r>, c M, Hal Med Coll, 1870,StPeters,Richm'nd,CB 
McDonald J B, M d, Harv, Mass, 18(5.5, St Peters, C B 
McDonald J F, M D, Harv, Mass, 18(58, Hopewell, Pictou 
McDonald J W, m u, L R c s, Edin, 1809, Minneapolis, U S 
McDonald Michael A, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1870, Sydney, C B 
McDonald P A, M n, Harv, Mass, 1871, Port Hawkesbury, C B 
McDonald W H, m d, Harv, Mass, 1802, Antigonish 
McDougall John C, M D, CoU P & S, N Y, 18(59, Oxford, Cumberland 
McFatndge Robt, M o, Harv, Mass, 1802, Haliffix city 
McGillivray Donald, m n, M R c P&s, Glasgow, 1804, Thorburn. Pictou 
MacGill vary Alex, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 18(53, Sydney, C B 
McGregor Murdoch, M D, Harv, Mass, 18(5.3, La Have, Lunenburg 
Mcintosh Alex, M d, Univ Penn, Phil, 18.58, Antigonish 
Mcintosh D, M d, Harv, Mass, 1871, i. R c P, Kdin, 1873, Pugwash, N S 
Mcintosh Jno, M l), Jeff Med CoU, Phil, 1800, \\ hycocomagh, Inverness 
McKay Danl G, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y,18()0, Summerside, PEI 
McKay J H, M d. Coll P and S, N Y, 18(58, r. R c s & l » c p. Edin, Truro 
McKay Jas Melville, M n, c M, Mc(iill, 1880, Wallace, Cumberland 
McKay, J VV, M n, Bell Hosp, Med Coll, N Y, 18S0, Thorburn, Pictou 
McKay Norman E, M D, o M, Hal Med Coll, 1879, M B, Univ Kal, 

1879, M R c 8, Eng, 1884, Halifax 
McKay Wm, M l). Bell Hosp Med Coll, NY, 1873, Little Glace B.".y,CB 
McKean R A Haliburton, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1880, Cow Bay, C B 
McKean S G A, M n, Harv, Mass, 1849, Badd.-ck, C B 
McKenzie Geo J, M D, Jeff Med Coll, Phil, 1804, Pictou 
McKenzie I, M D, c m, Hal Med Coll, 1884, Port Mulgrave, Guysboro' 
MacKenzie W D, m d, Univ Penn, Phil, 1877, California, U S 
McKinnon John E, xM D, Harv, Mass, 1870, Antigonish 
McKiMiioii Thos H. m n, c m. McliiH, 1889. Pa.rsboro, Cumb 
McLarty Duncan, M I), (ilasg, 180( , London, Eng 



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McLean A K, M n, Bell Honp Med Coll, N Y, 1872, Margiiree, C B 
MacLban Duncan, M i), Harv, Mass, 1800, Shnbenacadie, Hants 
MacLean E D, M n. Bell Hosp Med Col), N Y, 1887, Musquodoboit 

Harbor, Halifax 
McLean Isaac Matheson, M i), c m, McCliil, 1884, British Columbia 
McLean John Murray, M D, Univ N Y, 1884, L mid and L K q, c P, Ire, 

1885, Economy, Colchester 
McLean John W, m d, c m, McGill, 1883, N Sydney, C B 
McLennan Angus, Ml), Univ Penn, Phil, 1873, Margaree, Inverness, CB 
McLeod J K, M i>. Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1883, Sydney, C B 
McLeod VVm McK, M I), Bell Host) Med Coll, N Y, 1875, Sydney, C B 
McMillan Finlay, M D, c M, Dal Coll, 1872, Slieet Harbor, Halifax 
McMillan Johu, M n, c M, McGill, 1857, Pictou 

McPherson Hugh B, m d, Univ Penn, Phil, 1869, North Sydney, C B 
Newcomb Chas L, M D, Jef! Med Coll, Phil, 1884, Cape Canso, Guysb'o 
Norrie Wm, M D, Harv, Mass, 1867, West Branch, River John, Pictou 
Oliver W S, L R c s. Ire, 1857, Halifax city 
Oulton Chas Rufus, M R c s, Eng, 1843, Five Islands, Colchester 
Outhit George E, M D, Jeff Med Coll, Phil, 1845, Kingston St'n, Kings 
Page A C, M D, Harv, Mass, 1856, Truro, Colchester 
Parker Hon D McN, M n, Kdin, 1845, l R c 8, Edin, 1845, Halifax city 
Patton A D, M D, Univ Mich, 1868, residence not known 
Payzant Elias N, M D, Jeff Med Coll, Phil. 1855, WolfvUlo, Kings 
.Payzant, J Austin, m d. Coll P & S, Bait, 1884, Burlington, Hants 
Pearman Horace Vivien, m D c m, McGill, 1888, Halifax city 
Peppard John L, M D, Harv, Mass, 1865, (Jrreat Village, Colchester 
Perfect Alfred Harshaw, M n, c ! ', Vict. Ont, 1887, Bridgewater, N S 
Perrin Albert M, M D, Univ N Y, 1873, Yarmouth 
Philips John C, Lie N S, 1856, River Philip, Cumberland 
Pickles Geo A, M n. Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1873, Mahone Bay, N S 
Pineo Jas Forman, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1877, Chefster, N S 
Primrose F, M i), Univ N Y, 1884, Annapolis 

Primrose Saml, reg under sec 37 Act of 1872, Lawrencetown, Annapolis 
Rand Frederic Augustus, m d, Univ N Y, 1885, Parrsboro', Cumberl'd 
Randall Wm A C, M D, Harv, Mass, 1852, Milton, Yarm luth 
Read Herbert H, M d,c m, McGill, 1861, L R c s,Edin, 1861, Halifax city 
Reid Alex P, M D, c M, McGill, 1858, l R c a, Edin, 1859, Nova Scotia 

Hospital for Insane, Dartmouth, Halifax 
Reid, Jas Wm, M D, c M, Hal Med Coll, 1884, Windsor, Hants 
Roach Elisha, M i>, Univ Penn, Phil, 1860, Tatamagouche, Colchester 
Robertson John W, m D, c M, Queens, (Kiiigst), 1888, Hopewell, Pictou 
Robinson Aug, M D, Univ Penn, m R c s, Eng, 1808, L 8 A, Lond, 1863, 

Annapolis 
Rockwell William, M n, Jeff, Phil, 1886, River Hebert, Cumberland 
Ross Jeptha G, m d. Bell Hosp Med Coll. N Y, 1873, Lunenburg 
Ruggles Henry D, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1831, Weymouth, Digby 
Ryan P M, M d, Coll P and S, N Y, 1877, United States 
Sandford Arnold, M u. Harv, Mass. 1864, Brooklyn, N Y 
Saunders D Oliver, M D, Harv, Mass. 1869. Getson's Cove, Lunenburg^ 
Schrage John. M D, Harv, Mass. 1843, cJarnngton, Shelburne 
Sinclair Geo L, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1872, Nova Scotia Hospital f«r 

Insane, Dartmouth, Halifax 
Slayter W JS, m d, Chic, L mid, Dublin, 1859. M R c 8, Eng, 1860, L R c p, 

Lond, 1861, Halifax city 
Smith FP,MD, Bowd, Me, 1881, (clll, Med Act,) Barrington, Shelburne 
Smith G A, M d, Bowd, Me, 1883, (cl 11, Med Act), Liverpool, Queens 
Smith John P, M D, Harv, Mass, 1869, Lower Barney's River, Pictou 
Smith J Ross, M l), Univ Penn, 1877, Great Village, Colchester 
Smith M A B, M D, Univ N Y, 1883, Dartmouth, Halifax 



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Smith Robt B, m d, Jeflf Med Coll, Phil, 1807, U Stewiacke. Colchester 
Smith WiUiani Frederic, M D, Univ N Y, 1886, Dartmouth, Halifax 
Somers John, M li Bell HoHp Med Coll, N Y, 18(50. Halifax city 
Sominerville A McL, M d. Harv, Masn. 1873, reHidence not known 
Sponagle J Addy, M'D, o m. Hal Med Coll, 1883, Middloton, Annanolis 
SteveaHon R K, M i), Ken, Sc, Med, Ltmisv, 18<)5,Little River, Halifax 
Stewart John, M B, c M, Edin. 1877. Pictou ^ 
Stoddard Thomas A, si l), Univ Alich, 1880. Halifax city 
Street J C, M D, Harv, ^^a.ss. 1853, Lockenort. Sholburne 
Stuart Alexander, M l). Coll P and S, N Y, 18(55, Melrose, (tuysboro 
Sturgis Hen E, m d, Eel Med Coll, Phil. 1802, Clark's Harbour, Shelb 
Sutherland Miniro, m d, Harv, Maiss. 1871, Westville, Pictou 
Sutherland Neil. M l), Harv, Mass, 18(58, Spring Hill, Cumberland 
Syda H, registered under section 37, Act of 1872, Hound Hill. Annapolis 
Ternan John, M i). (Ilasg. 1850, L li c s. Ire 183i), Halifax city 
Thompson Arthur Wellesley, M i), UnivN Y, 1880, residence unknown 
Tobin Wm, Liics, Ire. 18(58. lkcp. Ire. 1870, p u c .s, Ire. 1882, Halifax 
Townshend A S. M D, Univ Penn, Phil. 18(52, Parrsboro'. Cumberland 
Trenaman Thomas. M u. Coll P and S. N Y, 1800, Halifax city 
Ti-uemau Jas ¥j, m d. c m. McC^ill, 1881, Maccan Station. Cumberland 
Trueman T J, M u, Bowd, ISIaine, 188.'i, Acadia Mines, Colchester 
Tupper Charles Osborne, M D, Jeff, 188(5, Anihe is 
Tyler Walter Elbert, M l), Univ N Y, 1871», ShadBay, Halifax 
Venables Jas. M l). Harv, Mass. 18(57, Halifax city 
Wade. F S, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1886, Port Maitland, 

Yarmouth 
Wameford, P H, M i), c M, McGill, 1887, Canterbury, N B 
Webster Charles Ashton, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1880, Yarmouth 
Webster Henrv B, Ml). Coll P and S. N Y, 1872, Kentville, Kings 
Weeks Wm hI m n, Coll P and S. N Y. 1859. Dartmouth, Halifax 
Weeks S M, M i). Coll P and S. N Y. 18.53. Newport, Hants 
White Wilsey H, M I), Med Chir Coll, Phil, 1880, residence unknown 
Wickwire W N, M i), Edin, 1864, Halifax city " 
Wier Jas, M i), Harv, Mass, 1872. Ui^er Kennetcook, Hants 
Wilson H D, M l), Univ Penn, 1878. Barrington. Shelburne 
Withers Russell, M D. Coll P and S, N Y, 1805. Annapolis 
Woodbury Jon, M D, Jeff Med Coll, Phil, 1850, Middleton, Annapolis 
Woodworth W S. M D, Harvard. Mass, 1873, Upper Canard, Kings 
Wylde Chas Fenwick, M u, c M McGill, 1887, Cnezzetcook, (head), Hx 



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Magee, Edin, 1863, Lying in Ward, Poor House, Halifax. 

Adams Catherine. Dub, 1846, 47 George Street, " 

McGregor, Edin, 1876, British C(dumbia.» 

Mason Elizabeth, Prov Med Board N S, 1878. 12 Cunard St, Halifax. 



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M^lvin' Robert, Prov Med Moard N S, 1889. 12 Cunard St, Halifax 
Minnie Hamilton, Queeii Charlottes Lying in Hospital, Dipl 1886, 166 
Tower Road, Halifax. 

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The following named are dulv reKisteled under the' provisions of the 


Pharmacy Act of 1888: 


Ol/ictrs: — W. H. Sim.Hon, President. J. IT. AnjjWin, Vice- Presutenf. J. 


McU". Taylor, Treasurer. A. V. Buckley, Secy. W. V. Odell, Ref/istrar. 


James H Angwin .... [lalifax. 


Robert S Masters Kentville. 


H. I.. Atkins Truro. 


S. W. Muiinis Halifax. 


Thos. E. .\tkin8 Acadia Mines. 


L J. Mvllus do. 


J. K lient Ilalitax. 


A. J. McCallum Yarmouth. 


Albert II. Bucklev ...Ilxlilax. 


A. S. Mackintosh ... Oxford. 


Stewarr Burns Sydn-^v. 


Richard A. Nisbet. .. .Halifax. 


Adam C. B.ll New (ilasgow. 


Edwin L. Nash. .... .Lunenburg. 


Cliarins K. Borden Canninfjf. 


Wm. L. (Vmood Vale Colliery 


Averv K. Biicklev Halifax. 


Jas. O'Connell Westville. 


CluH. K. Coclnane. . . .Kentvilie 


Wm. F. Odell Truro. 


John I) Copelaiid. . . .Anli^onish. 


Bishop M. Porter Briilgewater. 


A. B. Cunningham.. . . Annnpolis. 


Thomas M. Power Halifax. 


Geor^^e Carew New (iiastrow. 


Geo A. Pickels Mahone Bay. 


J. Howard Cavanagh. do. 


James C. (iiiinan Nor. Svdney. 


John ('haloner Dighv. 


Alfred R(»unceffll Lunenburg. 


Jno. A. Craig Yarmouth. 


Gectrge V. Rand Wolfville. 


H. 0. Christie Spring Hill. 


(Jliai'es C. Richards . . .Yarmouth. 


W. A. Dvmond Halifax. 


William II. Simson.. .Halifax. 


K. B. Dakin Windsor. 


J. Godfrev Smith. . .. do 


Arthur W. Drvsdale. Halifax. 


A. E.Smith Tfuro. 


Fre.i VV. Frasef Pictou. 


Frank C. Simson Halifax. 


Robert P. Fraser do. 


E. B. Sutchffe Halifax. 


Roderick Fraser Westville. 


J. A. Shaw Windsor. 


R. C Fu.ier Amhfrst. 


R. D. Stvles Pictou. 


James R. Gordon Halifax, 


tjieo. K. Thomson .,, Annapolis. 
Henrv A. Taylor Halitax. 


Geo. A. (irant Siellarton. 


Jno. J. Grant Steliarion. 


John McD. I'avlor .. do. 


W, H Hamilton Halitax. 


Chas. T. G. Taylor. . .Bridi^ewater. 


James B. Hattie Halifax. 


R. H. Tremaiue Amh-'rst. 


Wulier H Hills Acadian Mines 


W. H. Wei.b Halifax. 


Fredk. Irwin Halifax. 


A A. Woodill do. 


Ja-. G. .Jainieson ... Halifax. 


Thomas Ward Kentville. 


E. M. Lockwood Amherst. Thos. V. Woolrich, jr.. Halifax. 


WM. F. ODELL, Rnjulrar. 


ECCLESIASTICAL DEPARTMENT. 


CHURCH OP ENGLAND IN NOVA SCOTIA. 


Cathkdr.vl Staff. — Bijhop, Right Rev F. Courtney, n.D ; the Very 


Reverend Edwin Gilpin, i) i)., Dean of Nova Scotia; Venerable J. A- 


Kaulbach, M.A.. Archdeacon of No\ a Sctia; Rev Canon Thomas Maynard, 


n.D, Windsor; Rev Canon Isaac Brock, dd., Windsor; Rev Canon Francis 


Partridge, i>.d., Halifax. 




C. W. iVkCuUv, A M ; St. Paul's, , St. George's, 




Foole, Curaie-in-cliarge; Trinity, Rev F H. Alnion, a b. : St. Vlark's. Rev N. 


Lemoine: N'th- West Arm Mi-*.Mon. Rev K. Richardson, <M; Bishop's Chapel, 


Rev H. G. Lancaster; Garrison Chaplain, Rev J. S Ed warded, ba. ; Rev 



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A.M. Aylesfonl, Kev \{. Avorv, and Kev 
V. Iv llania, A.M. Alf.lon .\fiiits, Kev |) 
(/imislt. Rev L. W. Hill, (rt'lired), Kiv (.'. .1. 



II. Deblois, Rev J. .T. Ritchie, 
•J. .M C. vVade. Ainhergt, Rev 
(\ Mooie, Hnt'dl Dean. Anti 
Krtston. Arichat, C. B , Rev 



hdw Ansu 1, a.b. /irhli/efnim. Rev I.. M. Wilkiiis, a.m. liltnulford, Rev 
E. Roy. Beaver Ilnrhonr, Rev R. .Smith. lirulqeicitter. Rev VV. E. 
Gelling. Cornwallis, Rev F. .1. Axtbrd. CUnuntu, liov W. S. II. Mor. is, 
A.M. Chester, Rev. G. 11. Hiit'iL-r, a.m. Ihirf mouth. Rev T.C. Mei'or, 
Difjby, Rev Jno Ambrose, i).<'.L. Knstern Pcxs'itie (Dartmouth). Rov 

Aithiir Slipper. Diyby Neck, . Fnfklami, Rev Dr Bowman 

Falmmdh, Rev C. H. l'"ulKrton, a.m. Glace Bay, Rev W. .1. Lockyer. 
Granville, Rev F. P. Gieatorex. Harriet afield. Rev K. Richard.son. 
Ituhbnrd's Cove, Rev M. Stamer. Kentville, Rev I. Brock, D. D., 
Liverpool. Rev E. E. B. Nichols, no., and Rev A. M. W. Ilarley, a.b 
/xh;A;<'/h)/'<, Rev T W. .lohnsione. Ijui»burq, Mgv T.^f. Draper, a. m' Lon- 
donderry. Rev J. R. S. Parkinson. Lnnenbiiry, Rev Geo Haslam, a.m. 
Maccan, Rev H. Pitman, a n. Maitlaml, Rev G*. K. Martell, a.b. Mahone 
Bay, Rev E. A. Harris, m. a. Manchester Rev H. Hamilton, A. b., Rural 
Denn. Metford, Hov T. lAoyd New/mot, Rev K. G. Hind, am. New 
Dublin, Rev C. P..Mellor. Nc'ioGlasf/ow, Rev \V. A.C. Frost, a.m. New Ross, 
Rev E. T. Woollard. New Germany, vev T. R. (iwillini. Parrsboro", Rev 
S. Gibbon.s and Rev A. Watkins. 'Pictou, Rev H. A. Harley, a.m Petite 
Riviere. Rev .1. Spencer. Port Medway, Rev J. Lockward. Pugwash 
and Wnllxce, Rev Alton Bent. Rawdon, Rev W. J. Ancient, Rural Dmn. 
River .John. Rev J. L. Downing. Sea forth. Rev J. A. Richey. Ship Jlar 
bour. Rev R. A. Fleath. St. MarqareVs Bay, Kev P.' Brown, a. b. 
Stewiacke, Rev John Warner. Sackville, Rev W. Ellis, Rural Dean. 
Sherbrooke, Rev R. John.son. SpringhlU, Rev W. C. Wilson. Sydney, C. 
B., Ven Archdeacon I). Smith, u.\y.. Rural Dean. Sydney Mines, Rev 
R. D Bambrick. a.m SheUmrne, Rev Thos H. White, d. v>. Rural Dean. 
Tangier, Rev. E. H. Ball. Truro, Ven Archdeacon Kaulbach, A. M. 
Tusket, Rev J. Harrison. Windsor, Rev C. H. Mockridge, i>.d. C E. 
Willets, D.c.L. Rev F. W. Vroom. a.m. Wilmot, Rev G. R Dodwell, a.m. 
Weytnouth, Rev P. J. Filleul, a.b.. Rural Dean, and Rev D. P. AlIi.*on, 
A.B. Torbay, Rev W.J. Arnold. Yarmouth, Rev H. L. A. Almon, b.d. 
TraveUing Missionary, C. B., Rev Samuel Davies. Travelling Agent for 
Kings College, Rev li. How, a.b. 

Prince Edward IsLiAND. — Milton, Rev W. H. Sampson. Cliarlottetoion, 
St. Peter's, Rev J. Simpson, a.m., and Rev T. H. Hnnt, a.b. : St. Paul's, 
Ven Archdeacon S. W. Jones, a.m.: Rev Dr. Fitzgerald, (retired). George- 
town, Rev K. E. J Lloyd, a.b. : Alberton. Kev J. M. Forbes. Crapaud, 
Rev A. VV. Daniel. Poi-t Hill, Rev H. Harper. St. Eleanor's, Rev C F. 
Lowe. New London, Rev T B. Reagh. 

KING'S COIiLEGE, WINDSOR. 

Founded, a.d. 1789. Chartered by King George III. a.d. 1802. Patron, 
His Grace the Archbishop ot Canterbury. Board »»f Governors, 
1888-89.— The Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia, Visitor and President of the 
Board of Governors. The Lord Bishop of Fredericton, Rev John Ambrose, 
D.C.L., R. T. Clinch, Esq , Rev J. K. Cam|)bell, Kev C K. Willets, d.c.l., 
Dr. Moody, I. A. "Jack, Esq., n c.l., Kev Csmon Partridge, d.d., I). H 
Muir, Esq., m d., D. P. Allison, Esq., N. W. White, Esq 



g.c, W. C. 

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Silver, Esq., H. Y Hind, Ksq., Hon Senator Almon, M. d. 

Brigctocke, a. m., H(m L. ¥j. Baker, J. Y. Payzant, Esq., 

K. J. Wilson, Esq., Secretary ,, 

Faculty — President of the College and Professor of Classics and 
Moral Philosophy, Rev (> E Willets, d.(\l. ; \^ice- President,^ Prof Kennedv, 
Professor of Mathematics, Nattiral Philosophy and Engineering, W. k 



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Bu'l«r, ICsfj.. H.E. ; Profv*sov of ChrinlMnj, Geolot/tf and Minint/, G. T. 
Kcniiotlv, I'M]., M A., H A Hc'., K. <i. s. ; ' Pnfttiiir nf Hcommics and 
Hhlory, (J (i. I). llohi-rtH. E-q. M.A.. /'rof'es»or uf Pirlnlty, Kev K. W. 
Vroom. A.M ; /'/<»/'. of .Uo'lern L uif/ui.'fes. 11 I'. Jones, l.sq.^ I'll. I) ; 
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rocior, I'r.it, Hiiller. -If/fw^ for Ktnfs ' 0>llef/e h'ndowinent Fuml, 
Uev II. How, A. II. Lecturer in /)ldnity—Ap(ilu(fttic8, and Canon Lnw, 
R.'V Knincis rurtridj^e, i> i). 

SoHohAHsmi-H—Tlu' VVilIiHin(J()>?.swcll Scholarslnp, £2481^. per annum, 
open to candidates lor Holy Ordern, under the direction of the Trustees; 
Divinity Schohirships paid by the Society for the S. 1' (J., open to Stu- 
dents lor Holy Orders, iietuiillv requirinj; assistance, and subject to the 
control of the Bishop of the ()iocese, 10 in number, each £30 «tg. per 
annum; the Dr Bnuiey Exhibition. jEUi stj;. per annum, open to Students 
in indif^ent circumstances and of exemplary conduct; McCawley Hebrew 
Prize, ilDstfr ; the Bishop's Prii^e, X5, in Books; [)r. Almon's VVelsford 
Testimonial; Akin's Historical I'ri/.e; Stephenson Scholarships, three in 
number: also Favzunt-Warhurton prize of fr2() for the best e>*say on any 
good subject — to be chosen by the President — in Englibh Literature, to be 
competeil lor during the present Academical year. 

Incorporated Alumni of King's College. 

President, Thos Trenaman, Esq, M D.; Vice-President, W. C. Silver, 
Esq., (ommittee, Hon S. L. ^hanhon. Kev Charles Bowman, n. D., W Ker 
lJim«>^k, Esq., J. VV. Ou^eley, Esq.,"H. P. Scott Esq., Rev .J. O. Bungles, 
A.M. Treasurer, Hon S. L. Shannon, u.c.l ; Secretary, K. J. Wilson, Esq. 

Halifax Branch of the Colonial and Continental Church Society. 

Patron, Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen. Vice-Patrons, His 
Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, His Grace the Archbishop of York, 
His Grace the Archbishop of Armagh. The Kight Kev the Lord Bishop of 
Nova Scotia, Chairman of Committee. 

Diocesan Synod of Nova Scotia. 

Consists of three houses — (1), The Bishop; (2), the Clergy who are 
duly licensed; (3), the Laity by their representatives. Clerical Secretary, 
Hev Dr Partridge, No. 34 Bairington Street. Lay Secretary, K. J. 
Wilson, Esq. 

Board of Domestic and Foreign Missions. 

Appointed by the Synod. Chairman ex-officio, The Right Reverend the 
Lord Bishop. Treasurer, W. C. Sil\er, Esq. Secretary, Kev Dr. Partridge. 

Church Edowment Fund. 

Clinirman, W. C Silver, Esq; Treasurer, Jno. T. Wylde, Esq.; 
Secretary, Hev l>r. Pariridce; VVin Hare, C. Bullock, J. K. DeWolf, 
Esq, Ml)., T. A. Brown, J. W H. Rowley, Joseph S'arr, Jno Y. Payzant, 
J. Johnston Hunt, d.c.l., T. Brown, iV. Taylor, H. P*yor, n.c.L., E. J. 
Lordly. 

Church of England Institute. 

Wo encourage kindly intercourse among Churchmen, and to diffuse a 
knowledge of the < hiirch's work. Patron, The Lord Bishop of Nova 
Scotia. President, W. C. Silver. Vice-Presidents. Hon. Judge lownsend, 
C. ('. Blackadar, A. Vizard, C E. Crcightoa. Treasurer, Thos. Bruwa. 
Secretary, H. S. Rhind. 



For Catarrli, Cold in the head, use SIMSON'S LINIMENT. 



Mammoth Terbenas al N. H, NURSERY, Lockman HU, Halifax. 




OLBBQY OF THB BOMA.N CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

Diocese of Halifax. 

St. Mary's 'athedral, Halifax, His Grace the Most Rev. C. O'Brien, 
Archbishop; Kev Edward F. Murphy, Kector. Kev George A. Ellis, Rev 8. 
S. Biugs. Hev i). P. McMenamin. St. Patrick's Church. Very Rev Canon 
Carmody, V. G., Rev Gerald Murphy, Rev NV J, Kolev, u.i>. 8t. Joseph's 
Church. Very Rev (/'anon Maddon, Rev John Walsli. Dartmouth, Rev 



Charles Underwood. 
Rev D. O'Sullivan. 
Rev J. D. Currv. 
Caledonia, Rev T. J. Butler 
Win. H. Hamilton. 
Rev J. Crouzier. 



Chezzttcook, Rev 1'. H. Labreque. Sheet Harbour^ 

Herrtiiff Cove, Kev J. T. Hresnan. Prottpect, 

Cheater ond Bridyewater, Rev Edward Kennedy. 

/•wAnico, kev J. J. Sullivan. A'ettrooJfc, Rev 

Yarmouth, Uev E. J. McCarthy. Tusket IVedae, 

Salmon River, Rev P. H, Cote. Meteghan, Rev 



J. Daly. Church Point, Clare, Rev J. M. Gay. St. Beriutrds, Weymtmth 
ami St. Croix, Rev A. B. Parker. Annapolis, Rev F. J. Grace, 
Kentville, Rev P. M. Holden. Wimlmr Rev Tlios J.Daly. Bedford and 
FnjiM. Rev A. P. Desmond. Truro, Rev J. D. Cummane. Lontlonderry, 
Rev Dr. Philip Walsh. Parrsboro', Rev P. Egan. Joyain Mintf, Rev 
p. Cordeau. Amherst, Rev W J. Mihan. Chaplain to the Forces, Halifax, 
Very Rev Canon Carraodv, V.G. ; Bermuda, Rev J. Bellord. St. George's, 
Rev J. Brown. Mount fet. Vincent Convent, Very Rev Canon Mclsaac 
and Very Rev Canon Woods. 

Catholic Orphanaffe, 395 Brunswick Street. 

Superioress, Sister M. Loyola. There are 85 orphans under the care of 
the Sisters of Charity in this Institution, which depends for support on 
the voluntary contributions of the charitable. 

House of the Angel Guarding j 305 Brunswick Street. 

Superioress, Mother Benedicta. 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul. 

Officers of the General Council, Spiritual Director, Rev E. F. Murphy. 

President, M. B. Daly. Vice-Prest, Treas, William 

Chisholm. Sec'y, Wm Compton. Assistant Secy. J. Dillon. There are* 
nearly 60 members attached to the three Conferences of St. Mary's, St. 
Patrick's and St. .Joseph's. Meetings held weekly and all relief given in 
kind after a careful inquir}' and personal visitation to each destitute family. 

Academy of the Sacred Heart, Spring Garden Boad, for 
Boarders and Day Scholars. 

The Community numbers 30, of whom 12 conduct classes each day in 
various branches. Young Ladies admitted from 5 years. The French 
and German languages taught by natives of both countries as well as all 
the branches of an English education. Music and other accomplishments 
taught by the ladies of the Convent, and by the most eminent teachers in 
the city. The Ladies of the Sacred Heart are now the owners of the 
" Sherwood" property, on the shores of Bedford Basin, which is used in 
connection with the Spring Garden Road Academy. Superioress,' Mother 
Foley. 

Diocese of Antigonish. 

Bishop- -R'ghfRev. John Cameron, d d., residing at Antigonish. 

The Diocese of Antigonish comprises the Island of Cape Breton, and three 
Eastern Counties of Nova Scotia proper. Established Sept. 21, 1844. 

Nova Scjotia. — Antigonish, Rev Hugh Gillis. Pictou, Rev Roderick 
McDonald Lismme, Rev A. McGillvray. Arisaig, Rev R. McGillivray. 



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Cape Gewf/e, Rev C. F. McKinnon. 
Hirer, Ohio, KevJohn .1. Krasor. St. 
Kev F. McUae. HentherUm, Kcv.I. J 



Lake Vale, Rev Jofi Chisholm. Wett 
And re It' », Rev Jaf* Frasor. Ponujuette, 
Chisholin. Tracmlie, Rev M. LafHn. 



Harbour Bouclir, licv Wvx Beaton. Guijmbnrouyh, Rev Michl. Tompkins. 
Cape Canto, Rev J. Richard, tit. Franrit /Iarfm'% Rev. Geo. McAuIey. Port 
Felix. Rev F. Broussard. Vale Colliery, Rev I. N. McLeod. Neio Olasgo'W, 
Rev John Shaw. 

Cape TiiiKToy. —Arichat, Rev J. Quinan, r. p., JMtle Arichat, 
Rev A. Mombourquette. /)' AW/M««f , Rev A. (^hipliolm, D. T>. L'Ardoiae, 
Rev L. MclMiernon. Red fslnnds, 'ev John MoDou/rall. River Bourgeois, 
Rev M. McKenzie. Fast Hay, Right Rev Mf?r. N. McIiCod, v.o. Gram 
Nairowft, Rev A. Cameron, i).i>. Bay St. Lawrence, Rev W. Mcl'her«on. 
Boisdale, Rev Alex. McGillivrav. In(/<mii*h, Rev H. Mullina. North Sydney, 
Rev Daniel MclntoHh. Sydney Mine'*, vacant. Little Bras d' Or, 
Rev M. McPherson. South Sydney, Rev .lames Quinan. Bridyeport. Rev 
I). M. McGregor, n.D. Main-a-[)ieu. Rev \\m Kiely. .fndujue. Rev Arch. 
Chishohn. Fort Hood, Rev Colin Chisholm. Broad C(»'e, Rev Donald 
ChiHholm. Marfjaree, Rev R, McDoutjall. Cheticamp, Rev Peter Fiset. 
Little Glace Bay' Rev F. Chisholm. Mabou, Rev K. J. Macdonald. Cow 
Bav, vacant, /owa. Grand Narroivs, Rev R. Grant. Glendale.Hev. D. 
Mclsaac. Friar's /lead, Inverness, Rev \Vm I>eBlanc. Princeville, Rev 
D. McDonald. J^ort Ifawkesbnry, Rev Ronald McDonald. Low Point, 
Rev A. McKenzie. St Peter's, Her C. A. Richard. 

Religious and Literary Institutions. 

CoLLKGE AND Skminauy OF St. Fkancis Xavikr. —Established in 
the townof Antigonish. Rector, Rev. Dr. N. McNeil ; Professors, Rev Alex. 
McDonald, d. d., Rev A. Chisholm, d. d., Rev D. Chisholm, D. d., 
D. McAdam, A. L. McDonald and M. Gngnon. 

The Trappist Monks, at Tracadie, have a flourishing establishment 
The Monks are principally natives of Belgium. Here also, there is a Con- 
vent of the Trappistine Sisters, all natives of the place, and generally of 
French and Scotch origin. 

Thk SisTKHs OF THE CoNOREOATioN OP NoTRE Dame, of Montreal, 
have flpurishing academies for female education of the highest order at 
Aricliat, Anti«onish, Pictou, New Glasgow, West Arichat, Sydnej', Port 
Hood, New Glasgow and Mabou. Besides, there are throughout the diocese 
several academies, and superior and common schools, partly supported by 
government, and partly by contributicns of the people. There are also 
superior schools at Stellarton and North Sydn<)y, conducted by the Sisters 
of Charity. 



PBESBYTBRIAN CHURCH IN CANADA. 

Synod of the Maritime Provinces. 

Moderator, Rev Neil McKay; Clerk, dev T. Sedgwick. 

Presbytery of Sydney — Sydney, Rev Hugh McLeod, n d.. Rev Alex 
Farquharson, Kev John Murraj'. Sydney Mines, Rev Donald McMillan. 
Boularderie, Rev David Drummond. Grand River, Rev M. A. McKenzie. 
Gabarus and Frainboise, Rev Donald Sutherland. Glace Bay, Rev J. A. 
Forbes. Cow Buy, Rev W. Grant. N. Sydney, Rev Dr Muiray. fjcitch's 
Creek, Rev H. McQuarrie. Loch Lomojul, Rev M. McLeod. Mira, Rev 
W. R. Calder. 

Preshytf.ijy of VicToniA and Richmond — Port Hastings and 
River Denis, Rev Don McDonald. Baddeck and Forks, Rev Kenneth 
McKenzie. Lake Alnslie, Rev Alex Grant. West Bay, Rev Don Mac- 



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Duugail. MUldle Hirer, Rev Alex McRue. Mnlnynwntch, Rev Angus 
McMillan. Mnhim, Rev L. R. C<lou){. Whycocomnh, Rev J. Ro«e. Strath 
Lornt, Rev R«»(l Macleod. Little Nnrrows, Rev R. 8. McLecd. 

PitKsnYTKKY ov I'lCTutT — linmey's River, Rev 1). B. Hiair. IfopewtU, 
Rev Alex MuLean, a.m. Jumes" Church, New Olnsf/oir, Rev K. A. Mc( 'iirdy. 
Lochiil/er ami l^nion Centre, Rev II. K. Mol-ean. Pnnce St. Church, Pictou, 
Rev A. Falconer. United Church, New (ila»i)(m,\iiiv Kphraim Scott. Meri- 
gomi»h. RfV A. 1'. Miller, Rev \V. R. Muir. PicUm. Rev Geo 8. Carson. 
St. Amlreir's, New (rhistpw, Rev .\. RohertMon. Thorburn, Rev A. W. 
McLeod. I'll. I). Sherb'rmike, Rev William Maxwell. Westville, Rev R. 
Cuiuniing. AntifiimiAh, ^\i\' ,] . R. MiiMroe. Durham, Rev J. K. Korben. 
SleUnrtm, UevJ. H. Turnbiill. New Glasgow, Rev. Dr. Patterson. 
Scotshurn, Rev J. A. Cairns. Glenelij, Rev A. Boyd. Sprinyville, Rev J. 
Calder. Trenton, Rev A. VV. Thonipaon. 

Pkesbytery of Wallace— Ltm/en, Rev W. S. Darragh. Wallace, 
Rev U H McKay. Tntamayonehe, Rev Thomas Sedgewick. Wnl'ace, 
Rev 8. Boyd. Amherst, Rev I). Mcdregor. Puywa$h, Rev J. A. McKenzie. 
New Annan, Rev R. C Quinn. ifJrerJy/itt, Rev G. L. Gordon. Earltown, 
Rev 1). McLean. 

PiiKSBYTEKY OK Tkuuo — OiisltHiJ, Kev .T. H. Chase. Truro, Rev Wm 
Mc('ulloch, D.I)., Rev E. Ross. L. Stewiacke, Rev A. Cameron. First Ch. 
Truro, Rev J. R'.hhiris. Upper hmdomierry. Rev James Sinclair. 
Stewiacke, Rev Edward Grant. Middle Stewiacke, Rev Edwin Smith. 
Truro West, Rev '" Cumming. Lower Londonderry, Rev James McLean. 
Acmlin Mines Rev .Jthn A Logan. Economy, Rev J. A. Cahill. Clifton, 
Rev J. D McGillivrav. Coldstream, Rev W. T. Bruce, m.d. Springaide, 
Rev D. S. Eraser. Parrsboro\ Rev E. M. Dill. St. PauVs, Truro. Rev 
A. L. Geggie. Portaupique, Rev W. H. Ness. Brookjield, Kev G. Hamil- 
ton. River Hebert, Rev J. F. Smith. 

pKKSBYTEKY OF HALIFAX. — Fort Massev, Halifax, Rev R. F. Burns, 
D.n., Halifax, Prof. A. Pollok, D.D., Prof A. McKnight. D.O., Prof J. Currie, 
i5.D., Prest John Ftirr»st. n.i). Agent of Church, Rev P. M. Morrison. 
St. Matthews, Halifax, Rev. Robt Liiing. Dartmouth, Rev J L. George. 
Newpoi't,Rev Ebenezer McNab. JVicAmonri, Rev D. Sutherland. Chalmers 
Church, Halifax, Rev J. McMillan. Park Street Church, Halifax. Rev 
Allan Simpson. St. John's. Halifax, Rev H. H. Mcl'herson. Milford 
Rev A. B. Dickie. Maitland, Rev T. C Jack. Musquodoboit Harbour, Rev 
J. 'An<ipr9<>n. Bermiula Rev J. M. Sutherland. Kennttcook, Rev 
Adam Gunn. Shubenacadie, Rev M. G. Henry. Btdford, Rev G. Christie. 
Elmsdale, Rev Jacob Lavton. Sheet Harbour, Rev S. Roaborough. Noel, 
Rev A Campbell. Wolfmlle, Rev R. D. Ross. Musquodoboit, Rev 
E. S. Bayne. Canard, Kings, Rev W. Dawson, b.d. Little River, 
HaRfax Co., Rev T. H. Murray. Yarmouth, Rev A. Rogers. Windsor, 
Rev T. A. Nelson. Kentville, Rev W. P. Begg. St. Andrew's, Halifax, 
Rev D. M. Gordon, Bridqetowr., Rev W. Fraser. Up. Musquodoboit, Rev 
J. Valentine. Carleton, Yarmouth, Rev A. W. Lewis. Waterville, Rev 
J. W. McLennan. 

Presbytery of Lunenburg and Shelbubne — Lunenburg, Rev 
Ebenezer D. Millar. Clyde and Bannngton, Rev J. K. McClure. New 
Dublin. Rev H. Crawford. Lockeport. \iev D. McKinnon. Bridgevoater, 
Rev J. F. Dustaii. Shelhurne, Rev D. Mnckintosh. Mahone Bay, Rev J. 
W. Crawford. L. LaHave, Re f \i. A. Leek. 

Presbytery of St. John. — Fredericton, Rev A. J. Mowatt. Hampton, 
Rev Andrew Donald, Rev VV. McDonald. St. John's Church, St. John, Rev 
T. K. Kotheringliam. Bnctouche, Rev Lewis Jack. St. Stqohens, St. 
John, Rev Donald McRae. Sussex, Rev Jas Gray. Moncton, Rev J. M. 
Robinson, Carleton, St. John, Rev W. Stuart. Prince William, Rev Wm 



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RoH«. »S/. Stephen, Itev (J. Shon*. iWiithirnnk nntl Htanley. Ucv J. S. 
Mullen. ;S^ Atiflrews, St. John, Kpv I. (i MarN«ill. St l)imd'»,St. John, 
U«v (t. Hruce. /A/JtX'w, Kcv .1. A.McLean. iS/. /ln//r»'i»'«, l{(!V A. (iuun. 
IWt Kluin, Kev .1. MiTi. McKiiy. St Jihn, Kev .J. Hen net. Gla»»viUt, 
K«'V J. k. HoariHto. liwuibtc, Kev W. (balder. A^«'W' Kiucurdiiit, Hov 
]). FiHke Calvin Church, St. John, Kev A. M«;l>()ii^all. Susitex, 
Kev TliOH. Stewart, St. (hnri/r. Kev F«»lui lluwlov. (ircenjitttl, Kov .las 
r. HIair. W()>M/tHock, Kev Iuh' Kohh. »S/>/'««///rVW,' Ki^v. .1. 1). Mc-Farlane. 
BuctvHche, Kev (J. F. Kinncur. 

Phkhhytkhv ok Mikamiciii.— /^tWr Carlo, Rev TliomuH NkliolHon. 
New Milln, Kev I«uac Kainl. lilackrillv, K»!V 'i'lHtinaH (i. .lolinstctne, 
Camphe/llon, Kev A. K. Carr. Ul^ick Itirrr, Kt'v .Julin K<tl)«r(Hon. 
Rivhihiicto, Kev \V. Hamilton. Tahnshitac, Kev JanicH Kosborouuh 
Newcastle, Kev VV. II. Aitkcn. Koiichibouquac, Kev W. .1. Fowler, 
Kedlmnk, Kev J. I). Murray. A''e«) Carlisle, Kev F. VV. (ieorge. Chatham, 
Kev N. McKay. /Aim liiver, Kev J. II. ('ameron. liathurst, Kev A. F. 
Thonjson. Chatham, Kev. .loHeph McCoy. Dalhousie, Kov U. Fisher. 
WeldJ'ord, Kev \V. McLeod. Douglastown, Kev E. Kobcrts. 

Pkkhhytkuv OK rKiN(K l^DvvAiii) \h\.\hu— Covehtad, I{ev Jas Allan. 
Minmt Stewart, (^-c, Rev A. H. Macleo(K Souris, Kev .Ino (i. Cameron. 
Marshfield, Rev A. VV. Mahon. U>«< Hirer, Kev A. S. Stewart. CV»t>fn- 
rfwA, K'-T VV. P. Archibald. Belfast, Kev A. McL. Sinclair. Princetown, 
Rev Geo. McMillan. Clifton, Rev. Alex. Sterling. Ilamptim, Rev. Allan 
McLean. YVoodoille, Rev M. Campbell. (j'eoi';/etomi,l{ev VV. A. Mason. 
Chnrlottetown, Rev James Carruthers. Cardigan, Rev K. Gillies. Murray 
Ilarlxnir. Rev A. Raulston. Valltj(/ield, Kev R Maclean. Midf/ttl, Rev 
J. VV. Mackenzie, /.o/uy River, IJev John McLeod. r^yne Valleu, Rev 
Thomas Corbptt. Hloomjield, Rev J. R. ColHn. Montague, Rev W. H. 
Spencer, ^^/vte// //crtt/. Rev 1). R. McLeod. A^. Bedeipie, Rev VV. M. 
Tutlts. Summt'.raide, Rev H. Dickie. Brmtkfield, Rev J. M. McLennan. 

Preshytkuy ok Nkwkounulanu— tS<. John's, Rev Moses Harvey, 
Rev W. Graham. Harbor Grace, — 

Foreign Missionakiks— Rev John VV. McKenzie, Efate; Rev Joseph 
Annand, Santo; Rev. H. A. Robertson, Kromanga, New Hebrides; 
Rev John Morton, Tunapuna; Rev K. J Grant, San Fernando; Rev F. 
J. Coffin, Couva; Rev VV. L. McRac, Princestifwn, Trinidad. Teachers, 
Misses Blackadder, Archibald, Graham. 

College of the Presbyterian Church- 

Theologicai. Dkpaktment at Halikax — Principal and Prof, oj 
Systematic Theology, Rev Alex McKnight, n.D. Prof, of Hebrew and 
Exegesis, Rev John Carrie, n.D. Prof, of Church History and Pastoral 
Theology, Rev Allan Pollok, n.D. 

Alumni Association. 

Pretident, Rev Neil McKay, Chatham, N. B. Vice-Presidents, 
Rev T. Stewart, Sussex, and Rev D. MacGregor, Amherst. Executive 
Committee, Rev W. P. Archibald, Cavendish ; Rev Anderson Rogers, Yar- 
mouth ; Rev H. K. McLean, Union Centre ; Rev J. VV. McLennen, Corn- 
wallis ; Rev D. S. Fraser, Upper Stewiacke, Secretary-Treasurer, T. 
Gumming, Truro. 

SYNOD OF THE KIEK OP SCOTLAND IN PIOTOU OOUNTT. 

Pkrsbytekt of PicTOU.—Ptc^ow. Rev T. Atkinson. Salt Springs, 
Rev J. Fitzpatrick. Roger's Hill, cfc, Rev J. W. Fraser, A. M. River John, 
Rev Robert McCunn. « 



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l*KKHiiYri:HY OK Imikkton. — Nfw (lt<i*(/<iii\ Ijcv Mr. Bov» an, 
Strlhirfim and Wi-nmtk, IU'\ T. I). 8t«wart. ' IhmwvU l:»)v I*. MclvilU', 
Hnrnvy'n liivrr Ht-v A. .J. McKichnn. McLdlan't Mountain, licv 
W. SU'wiirt. itiiirlodi, Hfv. A. Fowlie. 

PmNt;K Kdwauo Ifi.AND, Kcv John (tuodwill. 

Sinoe tlio Union, conHumniuIrd .lunc I5tli. 1875, fho rninoritv of the 
lat«; Synod ot'tlut l^luritiin); I'rovintM-s in roniD'ctiini widi the Church of 
Scqtiand, continue to co-oju'rHto with the I'liitfd Cliiircli in tliu Kiiucational, 
Foreign MinHion, and Widows' Hi Orpliana' Schemes. 

METHODIST OHUROH. 

ThoHi! u:arii(;d thus (♦) aro SuiHiriunuorarics. 

J. J. Ti-asdaUi, Presiilfnt ; Arthur D. Morton, A. m., Sicretarf/. 

[Iai.ikax DiHTnicr. — llnlifnx (Ccnlrf), .1. A. IJoj^'ers, Ihilifnx 
(■»S««M^..»asStroliuu(l. .1. \.. Dawson, u.A. Ilnllfnx {WrM), -Itts (Jaetis, 
Kirhd Smith. IlitUfitx iSorili), S. it. .\civnian. lionk llmm ami 
Wedt-ijnn Oj/ice, S. F. Iliu'stis, Hook Steward, .loiin I.atlirri:, d. i»., 
Kditor. Dartminiffi, Geo F. Johnson, ^Thomas .Vnj^win. W'uit/xor, William 
Ikown, ♦.Ino McMurray, d.d., *UoIand M(»rton. /fiuitHjtiirf, V. II. lilohinsoij, 
IhvUm, .1. W. Turner, *.l. H. Heninieon, *(ieo. .lolinson. New (J/ntyow, 

F. FriiTKeiis- Kenfrille, Thomus A Wilson. Nt'irixn-t, .1. Ashury. 

AwnddJe, David Flie.key. Huiiini/tim, .Fohn.lolinsoii. [Vdlton, . 

<Sa//t&/-(\ to be supplied. litriniidd (//'imllton iind i^omerstt), \\'. G. Lane. 
Chaplain to Wi'sleyans in Arujy and Navy; W. I'hillips. Uvnnnda {St. 
Geori/e^s and Builvy's Bay), J. I'i.Uorden. Chaplain to Wesleyaus in Army, 
Luander Daniel. 

TuuKO Di.>sTm(T — Truro, K. IJ. Moore, Paul Prestwood. On$lnv\ J. 

G. llifjney. Acndhi Mines, .lames I'weedy. Picftm, Benjamin Hill, u.A. 
Strllarfim, K. A. Daniel. River John, G.' W. NVliitman. Maitlund, D 

B. Scott. Shuhemicttdii', W. A. Outerhridne. MiddU Musfnio<li)f»<nt, J. W. 
(Jroft. Mns(jua<M/(>it Unrhonr^V. J. Pentlow. /t»//cti //«m//' one wanted. 

CuMHKHi.AND DISTRICT — Aniheviif, W. II Heart/. Amhtrst Hind, Wm 
Nightengale. Nup/xni ^f Minudit. C W. Swallow, u.A. Wallace, 
George F. Day. Pm/wash, J. B. Giles., *G. W. Tuttle. Ricer 
Philip, \. \\wW\n Ox/or(/, W. 11. Kvans, "A. F. WeMon. Wentmyrth, 
'i'hos Wooten. Parrsboro', A. D. Morton, a.m. Smithamptan, John Craig. 
Advocate Harbor. II. Burgess. Spviny Hill Mines, D. W. ilohnson, b.a. 

GuYSBOKo' AND C. B. DisTKK.T — Gui/sboro, Jas Sharp. C'anso, Wm 
Ryan. Sydneu, J. S. (^Jotlin. North Sydney, G. W. F. Glendenning, b.a. 
Unbarus, W. H. Edyvean. Port llnwkesba'ry, F. A. Buckley, B. A. Port 
Hood, C. H. Huestis, A. a. hujonish, D. Farciuhar. 

Annapolis Di.stkk.'T — Annapolis, J. Cassidv. Granville Ferry, 8.B. 
Dunn. Brid()et(nm, F. H. Wright, *J. F. Bent, ♦,!. K. Hart- Mulde 
toil, T. C. liooper, *J. L. Sponagle. Ayles/'oi'd, .John Gee, ♦James 
Taylor. Bertmcic, E. E. England. Canning, Wm Ainley. I/illaburg, W. 

C. Brown. Digby, R. McArthur. Weymouth, J. E. Donkin. Diyby 
Neck and Weatport, Jabez Appleby. 

lavKKi'OOL Dlstuict — Liverpiwl, A. W. Nicholson. Caledonia, J. B. 

Heal. P(yi-t Mouton, . Mill Village, Jos. Angwin. 

Petite Riviere, Wm Purvis. Lunenburg, W. H. I.angille. Ritcey's Cove, 
R. Williams. New Germany, one wanted. Bridgewater, J. W. Prest- 
wood, u.D. Mahone Bay, J. L. Batty. 

Yarmouth Distkict. — Yarmouth, (South) J. M. Fisher. Yar- 
mxmth (North), J. J. Teasdale. Arcadia, T. D. Hart. Hebron, J. A. 



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I. M. Mellish. North East Harbor. J. W. Stepherdson. Shelbume, J, 
H. Davis. Lockeport, A. C. Borden, b. a. 

Mount Allison Wesleyan College, Sackville, N. B. 

FACUiiTY OF Arts— James R. Inch, ll d., President and Professor of 
Mental Philosophy and Logic. Rev C. Stewart, d d., Professor of Moral 
Philosophy ana Christian Evidences. Alfred D. Smith, l.l.d.. Professor of 
Classics. S. W. Hunton, a.m , Professor of Mathematics. Rev J. Burwash, 
D.sc. Professor of Ch».'mistry and Experimental Phj'sics. Rev B.C. Borden, 
A. M., Professor of Poh.!""?. Ek;onomy. W. M. Tweedie, M. a., Professor of 
English Language and Literature. 

Faculty of Theology— James R. Inch, lld.. President (Ex oflScio.) 
Professor of Logic and Biblical Literature. Rev C. Stewart, D d.. Dean. 
Professor of Old Testament Exegesis, and Systematic Theology. A. D. 
Spaith, L.L.D., Professor of Greek. •" 

Mount Allison 'Wesleyan Male Academy. 

Head Master, Thompson T. Davis, b. a. Chaplain, Rev. C. Stewart, 
D. D. The Academy has a full Staff of well-trained Teachers, most of 
whom are CoUeve Graduates. The first Tenn of the Academic year begins 
on the 24th of August. For particulars send for a Catalogue. 

Mount Allison Ladies' Academy. 

Principal, Rev H. C. Borden, a. m. All departments of Instruction will 
be maintained in the ver}' highest stale of efficiency, and no pains will be 
spared to prove worthy of the public confidence and favor sd generously 
and continually expressed. Catalogues containing full information sup- 
plied on application to the Principal. Students admitted at any time. 



BAPTIST CONVENTION OP THE MARITIME 

PROVINCES. 

President, Edwin D. King, ma., q. c, Halifax, N. S. Vice-Presidents, 
Rev J. A. Gordon, Charlottetown, P. E. I. ; J. W. Spurden, Fredericton, 
N. B. Secretary, 1888 91, Rev E. M. Keirstead, m.a., Wolfville, N. S. 
Asst.Secretary, Rev G. R. White, b.a., Yarmouth, N, S. Treasurer, W. 
G. Clark, Fr dericton, N B. General Treasurer, Rev G. E. Day, d.d., 
Yarmouth, N. S. Standing Committee of PMication, J. F. Parsons, b. a., 
E. D. King, John Burgoyne, Halifax. 

University of Acadia College, at Wolfville, N. S. 

(Instituted A. D. 1838.) 

Governors— Rev A. W. Sawyer, d d., President of the College, ex 
officio. Austin Locke, Esq , William Cummings, Esq., Herbert C. 
Creed, m.a., Edwin D. King, Esq., m.a., qc, F. H. Eaton, m. a.. 
Rev. A. Cohoon, m. a., B. H. Eaton, m. a , qc, Wm C. liill, m.p.p.. 
Rev C. Goodspeed, m.\. C. B. W^hidden, Esq., Hon A. F. Randolph. A. P. 
Shand Rev T. A. Hig^ins, d.d,, Rev J. W. Manning, b.a. , W. K. Parker, 
B.A , G. J. C. White, b.a., John H. Harding. Esq., H. H. Chute, Esq. 
Secretary, Rev T. A. Higgins, d. d. Treasurer, X. Z. Cliipman. 

Senate of University. — Rev A. W. Sawyer, d d,, l.l.d.. Moderator; 
Rev W. H. Warren, m. a., Sec'y ; Rev E. M. Keirstead, m. a , Treas. 
Faculty: Rev A. W. Sawyer, d.d.. President; D. F. Higgins, ph d,, R. 
V. Jones, PH.D., Rev. E. M. Keirstead, m.a., A E. Coldwell, m.a., L. E. 
Wortman, m. a., J. F Tufis, m.a. Fellows: Hon J. W. Johnstone, d.c.l.. 
Rev J.FI. Hopper, d.d., Rev W. H. Warren, m.a., Rev. D. A. Steele, m.a., 



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Rev. S. M. Black, m.a. Rev D. Freeman, m.a., Rev. E. M. Saunders* 
D. D., H H. Bligh. M.A., Q c. Rev S. B. Kempton, m.a. Scholars: E. D. 
King, M.A., Q.c, Rev F D. Crawley, b.a.. Rev W. H. Warren, m.a., W. 
M. McVicar, m.a., J. F. Tufta, m.a.. Wallace N. Graham, b.a., q c, Rev 
G. O.Gates, m.a., H.C. Creed, m.a , W. F. Parker, b.a., Jas Hall, ph. d., 
T. S. Rogers, B.A., A. J. Denton, b.a. 

Faculty — Rev A. W. Sawyer, d. d., i,. i,. n., President, and 
Professor of Moral Philosophy and Kvidences of Christianity; D. F. 
Higgins, PH.D., Professor of Mathematics; R. V. Jones, ph. d , 
Professor of the Greek and Latin I^a^guages; Rev. E. M. Kcirstead, 
m. A., Professor of English Lit^iature, ami Psychology; A. E. Coldwell, 
M.A., Professor of the Natural Scit-nces ; L. E*. Wort lan, m.a.. Professor 
of Modern Languages ; J. F. Tufts, m.a., Professor of History and Political 
Economy ; A. E. Coldwell, Librarian and Curator of Musucm. Executive 
Committee: Rev A. W. Sawyer, Prof J. F.Tufts. Hon D. McN. Parker, Prof 
K. V. Jones, Rev E. M. Saunders, Rev S. B. Kempton, I. B. Oakes, 
Prof D. F. Higgins, Sec'y. Committee on Investments: E. D. King, Hon 
D. M cN. Parker, J. Desbrisay, C. W Roscoe, J. P. Chipman, X. Z. 
Chipman, Treas. 

Eorton Academy. 

(Established A. D. 1828.) 

The Academy and Ladies' Seminar}' are under the control of the Board 
of Governors of Acadia College. 

Teachers: Ingram B. Oakes, m.a. Principal, Science and English; 
Everett W. Sawj'er, b.a., Greek, Latin and History; Ernest R Morse, 
B.A., Mathematics; Harry A. Shaw, Elocution. 

Acadia Semiitary. 

Instructors: MaryE. Graves. Principal, English Literature and Rhetoric; 
Eliza T Harding, Drawing and Painting; Alice M. Fitch, Latin and 
English; Mme. Constance C. Bauer, French and German; Harriet E. 
Wallace, Elocution and Calisthenics ; Helen M. Reeves, Instrumental 

Music; , Vocal Music; Harriet M. Eaton, Assistant 

Instrumental Music; Mrs Jennie T. Neily, Matron. 

Board of Foreign Missions, located at St. John, N. B. 

President, T. S. Sims, St. John, N. B. ; Vice-President, C. P. Baker, 
St. John, N B. ; Secretary, Rev. W. J. St. wart, Portland, N. B. ; 
Treasurer, John March, m.a., St. John, N. B. ; Members whose term of office 
expires in 1890. Rev. G E. Day, d.d., Rev V,. H. Martell, b.a.. Rev W. 
J. Stewart, J. H. Harding, Mont McDonald. Members whose term of office 
expireh in 1891, John March, m.a., Thomas S.Sims, Rev J. A. Ford, B a., 
Rev C* Goodspeed, d.d., Charles F. Clincli, Members whose term of office 
empires m 1 892, Charles P. Baker, Rev D, A. Steele, Rev. G. O. Gates, 
M.A., James Estey, John McGinty. 

Home Mission Board, located at Yarmouth, N. S. 

Chairman, A. C. Robbins^ Yarmouth, N. S ; lice- Chairman, Rev H. F. 
Adams, Yarmouth, N. S.; Corresponding Secretary Rev A. Cohoon, m.a., 
Hebron, Y'armouth Co., N. S.; Recording Secretary, Rev I. E. Bill, jr., 
Yarmouth, N. S. ; Treasurer, Rev A. Cohoon, m.a., Hebron, YarmouthCo. 
Members whose ter'm of office eoqnres in 189i', Rev H. F. Adams, iiev I. E, 
Bill, jr.. Rev Addison F. Brown, liev J. S. lirown, W. Corning; Members 
whose term, of office expires in 1891, Rev E. C. Corey, Rev M. B. Shaw, Rev 
G. R. White, Rev F. M. Young, Rev E. P. Coldwell ; Members whose term 
of office expires in 1892, A. C. Robbins, Rev A. Cohoon, m.a., Rev G. E. 
Day, D.D , Rev F. H. Beals, b.a., W. R. Doty. 



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Ministerial Education Board. 

Rev. A. W. Sawyer, D. d., Secretary; J. W. Barss, Esq., Treasurer; 
Members whose term expires in 1890, Kev A. W. Sawyer, d.d., Uev. T. A. 
Higt?ins, D.D., Rev S. B. Keinpton, m.a. ; Members whose term of office 
exmres in 1891, Rev H Forshay. E. D. Shand, Esq., T. D. Denliam ; 
Members whose term of office expires in 1892, Rev E. H. Howe, Prof. D. F. 
Higgins, Ph. D., J. VV. Barss, Esq. 

Board of Manageme of Ministerial Relief and Aid Fund. 

Stephen Selden, Chairman ; Rev. J. VV. Manning, B.A., Secretary ; 
Rev. E. M. Saunders, Treasurer ; Hon. D. McN. Parker, m.d., d.c.l., J- 
Parsons, Esq., b.a.. Rev H T. Miller, Artlmr Simpson, Esq., Rev W. H. 
Cline, J. H. Harding, Stephen Selden, liev J. W. Manning, Rev E. M. 
Saunders, d.d. 

Women's Baptist Missionary Union. 

President, Mrs. J. W. Manning. Halifax. Vice-Presidents, Mrs. 
Parsons Halifax ; Mrs G. O. Gates, St. John ; Mrs .John Clark, P. E. I. 
Treasurer, Mrs Botsford Smith, Amherst. Cor^'esponding Secretary, Mrs. 
John March, St. John, N. B. Provincial Secretaries, Miss Amy Johnstone, 
Dartmouth : Mrs Emerson, Dorchester, N. B. ; Miss M. E. Davies, P. E. I. 

MINISTERS OF BAPTIST OHDROHES IN NOTA SCOTIA. 

Revs H. Achilles, Parkers Cove, Annapolis; W.P.Anderson, New 
Germany; E. N. Archibald, b.a., Hammonds Plains ; J. J. Armstrong, 
Port Hilford; H. F. Adams, Yarmouth; 11. L. Baker, Barringtoil ; Jere- 
miah Bancroft, Walton, Hants; J. W. Bancroft, b.a., North Sydney, 
C B. ; A. W. Barss, Port Medway, Queens; H. F. Beal.'<, b.a., Hebron, 
Yarmouth ; Trueman Bishop, b.a., Isaac's Harbor: S. McC. Black, m.a., 
Amherst ; W. A. J. Bleakney, Springneld, Annapolis; J. E. Hleakney, 
Kempt, Queens; Henry Bool, Piigwash, Cumberland; Addison F. Brown, 
Tusket, Yarmouth ; M.W. Blown, b.a., Onslow, Colchester; C. C Burgess, 
Pugwash, Cumberland; Joseph S. Brown, Digby; I. E. Bill, jr., Chegogin, 
Yarmouth; W. B. Bradshaw, m.a., Nictaux, Annapolis; John Clark, 
Antigonish; Obed jChute, m. a., Upper Stewiacke, Colchester; A. 
Cogswell, Lake George. Yarmouth; Atwood Cohoon, m.a., Hebron, 
Yarmouth; E. C. Corey, Arcadia, Yarmouth; E. P. Coldweli,»B.A., 
Pleasant Valley, Yarmouth ;W. H. Cline, b. d., Halifax; S. H. Cain, 
Liverpool; D. W. Crandall, Milton, Queens; G. Carvery, Preston, Halifax; 
Geo E. Day, m.d., d.d., Yarmouth; D. W. C. Dimock, M a., Truro; A. T. 
Dykeman, Npw Glasgow; C R. B. Dodge, m.a., Bridgewater, Lunenburg; 
E.Dixon, Africville. Halifax; Joshua T. Eaton, Lawrencetown, Annapolis; 
Herbert Foshay, Windsor;!*. R. Foster, Great Village, David Freeman, 
M.A., Canoing, Kings; M. P. Freeman, b.a., Qaspereaux; A. Freeman, 
B.A. , Newport; M. L. Fields, Brookfield. Colchester ; Geo H. Goudey, 
Freeport, Digby; John E. Goiicher, Truro; C H. Haverstock, Bass 
River, Colchester ; B. U. Hatfield, Fall River, Halifax: Thos A. Higgins, 
D. D., Woifville; Edwin H. Howe, Kingston, Kiuys; E Jackson, Green- 
ville; -J. H. Jenner, Brookfield; W. H. Jenkins, Advocate Harbor; James 
Johnson, Windsor Plains; J. W. Johnson, Newport Station; A. W- Jordan, 
Halifax; E. M. Keirstead, m.a., Woifville; S. B Kempton, m.a., Canard, 
Kings; F. R. Langford, Weymouth Falls; Stephen Langille, New Ross; 
T. B. Layton, Great Village, Colchester; E. R. Locke, Middleton, 
Annapolis; G. F. Mainwaring, Paradise, Annapolis; J. W. Manning, 
B. A., Halifax; John Manlv, Sable River, Shelburne; Stephen March, 
Bridgewater, Lunenburg; George F. Mills. Amherst; Edwin T. Miller, 
Haliiix; J.C.Morse, Digby Neck; R. S. JVIorton, Millville, Kings; T. 
M. Munro, Oxford, Cumberland; Joseph Murraj', m.a., Falmouth; 
P. F, Murray, Milton, Queens; Thomas McDonald, Indian Harbor: 



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Peter S. McGregor, Hant?port; David McKeen, Athol, Cumberland; J. 
F, McKeene, Ragged Island, Sliolburne; Daniel McLeod Tracadie; G. R. 
Neale, Prestoiv; I). O. Parker, m.a., Berwick, Kings; Obi ! Parker, Upper 
Wilraot, Annapolis; W. L. Parker, Lower Granville; J. M. Parker, River 
Hebert, Cumberland; H. N. Parry, Upper Ayiesford; R. R.Philp, b.a., 
Halifax; D. Pineo, Long Point, Kings; Robert 'D. Porter, m.a , Middleton, 
Annapolis; LW. Porter, n.A., Parrshoro' ; I'" rank Potter, Osborne. Shel- 
burne; A.L.Powell, ij.a., Guysboro" ; David Price, Cambridge, Kings; John 
Pryor, D.I). Halifax; E. O. Read, Berwick, Kings; J. L. Read, cTement.s- 
port; W. H. Richiin, Barringion, Siielburne; \V. C. Rideout, Middleton, 
Annapolis; F. E. Roideau Weymouth, Digbv; John Rowe, Upper Wilmot; 
E. M. Saunders, d.d., Halifax; J. H. Saunders, Westport; A. W. Sawyer, 
D.T)., U..D., WoifviUe; Jjimes Scott, Crow Harbor; M. B. Shaw, b.a, 
Milton Yarmouth; 1). II. Simpson, bd.. Port Maitland; E. G. Sibley, 
\V ittenburg, Colchester: William Spencer, Hasseta's P. O., New Tusket; 
1. R. Skinner, b,a., VVittenburg; D Skinner, Central Chebogue, Yar- 
mouth; H. B. Smith, b.a., Canso; J. A.Smith, Cornwallis; D. A. Steele, 
M.A., Amherst; J. A. Stubbort, Deerfield, Yarmouth; L. J. Tingley, Jordan 
River, Shelbnrne; J. VV. Tingle}-, Freeport: George Taylor, Chester; 
VV. C. Vincent, Canning; Nathaniel Vidito, Upper Wilmot. Annapolis; 
Isaiah Wallace, M.A. , \\ olfville; George A. Weathers, Summerville, Hants; 
Josiah vVebb, Hampton; Geo R. W^hito b.a., Yarmouth; John Williams, 
Mahone Bay; C. W. Williams, b.a., DartmouUi; F. M. Young, Ohio, Yar- 
mouth; J. L. M. Youag, B.n., Hilisburg, Annapolis. 

Cape Bketox.— J. W. Bancroft, b.a., North Sydney; John Miles, 
Sydney; Robert Mutch, Hawkesbuiy; Ronald McDonald, N. E. Margaree; 
J. D, Wctmore, Mira; William Wetmore, Cow Bay. 

AFBIOAN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION- 

Halifax, Rev A. W. Jovdan ; Preston, Rev Geo Carvery, Rev Geo R. 
Neal; Cornwallis, — ^^; Weymouth, ; Dartmouth, 



Rev F. R. Longford; Hammonds Plains, Rev E. Dixon, 
meets the first Saturday in September of each j'ear. 



This Association 



MINISTEIS OF THE AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

Rev Henderson Davis, Halifax ; liev J. W. Crosby, Amherst; Rev \Vm 
B. Hill, Liverpool; Rev Geo W. Smith, Shelburne; Rev A. Kersey, 
Yarmouth; Rev Chas Hamilton, W^oodstock, N. B. ; Rev H. A. Hartley, 
St. John, N. B. 

FREE BAPTIST CONFERENCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

Organized Nov. 29th, 1866, b}' the Union of the Freewill Baptists and 
Free Cnristian Baptists of the Province. Incorporated April 18th, 1869. 
Annual Session, he second Thursday in September. Thirty-seven churches 
are associated with 3840 members. 

Ministers. — Revs W. C. Weston, Albert Swim, Barrington; Rev Edwin 
Crowell, B.A., Barrington and Poit Latour; Rev Wm Millar, Bear Point, 
Shag Harbor and Wood's Harbor; Rev Geo E. Sturgis, m.d., Cape Sable 
Island ; Rev J. W. Freeman, Argyle and Pubnico ; Rev Wm M. Knollin, 
Tusket, Plymouth and f-ittle River; Rev C. F. Cooper, Yarmouth and 
Rockville;'Rev G. M. Wil;<ou, Beaver River and Sanford; Rev A. G. Jones, 
Halifax; Rev Douglas T Porter, Advocate, Apple River, Port Greville. 
Licentiates — J. W. Smith, Caledonia, Queens Co.; Ezra D Parker, Kempt- 
ville and Carleton, Yarmouth; Geo A. Downey, n.A., Port Medway, 
Queens; G. F. Franci*, Halifax; RevS. K. West, Rockingham, Yarmouth. 

This Conference supports a missionary, Mrs Burkholder, in India, and 
is identified with the Free Baptists of United States in missionary worK, 



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using also their educational institutions. Mrs K. H. Crowell of Barrington 
is treasurer of the Foreign Missionary Society. 

Officers of Confkrence. — Moderator, Kev W. C. Weston ; Asst. 
il/orfei'a/w, Cant Josiah Hopkins; Clerk, Rev Kd win Crowell; Treasurer, 
Rev W. C. Weston.^ Executive Committee, 1889-90 -The officers with 
Rev Wm Millar, Rev'J. W. Freeman. Rev Geo E Sturglq, m.d., Hon A. 
Gayton, Leander Cox, Esq,, James dishing, Esq. Rev C. F. Cooper, 
Sec. Educational Society. Rev Edw^in Crowell, Sec. Home Mission Society. 

NOVA SOOTIA OONFERENOE OF THE EVANGELICAL LUTHEBAN 

CHURCH. 

President, Rev G. L. Rankin; Secretary, Rev A. C. Sweinsberg ; 
TVenswer, Rev F. W. Kohler; meets quarterl}'. Ministers, Rev C E. 
Cossman, d.d. ; Rev G. L. Rankin, Lunenburg; Rev F. W. Kohler, 
Biidgewater ; Rtv A. C. Sweinsberg, Bridgewater; Rev G. M. Scheidy, 
LaHave Cross Roads ; Rev Jacob Maurer, Mahdne Bay. 

Universalist Church, Halifax— Rev W. A. Pratt. 



EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Council of Public Instruction — The Members of the Execu- 
tive Council. 

Superintendent of Education — David Allison, Esq, ll.d. 
Clerk, Geo W. T. Irving. 

Provincial Examiners for TeachbrB* Licenses. — Language, 
Rev Geo B. Dodwell, m.a.; School Management, Teaching, ^c, Rev 
John Currie, d. d. ; Mathematics, D. F. Higgins, a. m., Ph. d.; 
History and Geography, Rev Thos J. Daly, a.m. 

Normal School, Truro — Principal and Professor of Didactic^ 
and Chemistry, John B. Calkin, m.a. Frank H. Eaton, b.a.. Professor 
of Mathematics and Physics; J<i8 B. Hall, Ph.D., Professor of Language 
and History ; Herman W. Smith, n.9C., Professor of Agriculture ; Miss 
Otiie A. Smith, Instructor in Drawing and Calisthenics. Teachers 
in Model School — Miss Winnifred Crowell and Miss Ada Lewis. 
Principal of Affiliated Kindergarten — Miss Twitchell. 

Inspectors of Schools for If ova Scotia. 

District No. 1, the City and County of Halifax. — Hinkle Condon, 
Halifax. 

District No. 2, the Counties of Lunenburg and Queens. — Thomas R. 
Pattillo, A.M., Bridgewater, 

District No 3, the Counties of Shelburng and Yarmouth. — James H. 
Munro, Yarmouth. 

District No. 4, the Counties of Digby and Annapolis, — Leander S. 
Morse, a.m., Bridgetown. 

District No. 5, the Counties of Kings and Hants. — Colin W. Roscoe, 
A.M., Wolfville. 

District No, 6, the Counties of Antigonish and Guysborough. — Angus 
G McDonald, a.m., Antigonish. 



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District No. 7, the Counties of Cope Breton aM Richmond. — M. J. T. 
Macneil, a b., River Bourgeois. 

District ho. 8, the Counties of Inverness and Victoria. — Jno Y Gunn, 
Broad Cove, C. B. 

District No. 9, the Count)/ of Pictou and that part of the County of 
Colchester not included in No. 10. — W. E. McLellun, ll.d., Pictou. 

District No. 10, the County of Cumherlaud and that part of the County 
of Colchester comprised by the District of Stirling and the Townships of 
Economy and Londonderry. — E, J. Lay, Amherst. 



DAIiHOUSIE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY, HALIFAX. 

Board of Governors — Hon Sir Adams G. Archibald, m. p., 
Chairman. Hon Sir C.Tup|)er,Hon S. L. Shannon, Q.c.,JudjfeotProbate. 
Rev John McMillan, m. a., b. d., Rev President Forrest, t>. v>., Hon 
Alfred G Jones, John Doull, Esq, I?ev Robert Murray, Hon. James 
Macdonald, Chief Justice, Hon VVallnce Graham, a. b., Judge 
Supreme Court, Adam Burns, Esq., A. H. McKny, Esq., m.a.. His 
Worship the Mayor of Halifax, ex officio, E. L. Ncwcombe, Esq., B.A., 
D. A. Campbell, Esq., m. d., representing Alumni Association, ex 
officio, J. Norman Ritchie, Esq., George Thomson, Esq, William M. 
Doull, Esq, Sea'etary James Forrest, b.a., l^reasurei'. 

Faculty of Arts — President Forrest, d.d., " George Munro" 
Professor of History and Political Economy. Rev William liyall, ll.d., 
Professor of Logic and Psychology. Charles Macdonald, M.A., Professor 
of Mathematics. John Johnson, m.a.. Professor of Classics. George 
Lawson, pii.d., ll.d., f.i.c, " McLeod" Professor of Chemistry and 
Mineralofjy. James Gordon McGregor, m A., d.sc, f.r.s.k., "George 
Munro' Professor of Physics. James Scth, "George Munro" Professor 
of Metaphysics. James Liechti, m.a., "McLeod" Professor of Modem 
Languages. Archibald MacMechan, b. a., "George Munro" Professor 
of English Language and Literature. William H. Waddell, Lecturer 
in Voice Culture and Elocution. James C. Shaw, B.A., (Dal.), 
Geojge Munro Tutor in Classics. Alex MoG. Morrison, b.a., (Dal.), 
" George Munro " Tutor in Mathematics. David Bailey, Instructor in 
Gymnastics. 

Session began Sept. 11, 1889, ends April 24, 1890. 

Faculty of Laav. — Richard C. Weldon, a.m., (Mt. All.), Ph.D., 
(Yale), George Munro Piofe.ssor of Constitutional and International 
Law. Benjamin Russell, a.m., (Mt. All.), Professor of Contracts, Lec- 
turer on Bills and Notes, Sales and Equity. C. S. Harrington, Q. c, 
Lecturer on Evidence and Partnerships. Hon S. L. Shannon, Q. c, 
Lecturer on Real Property. Hon Wallace Graham, A. b., Judge Supreme 
Court, Lecturer on Insurance. Hon C. J. Townshend, Lecturer on Equity 
Jurisprudence. John Y. Payxant, Lecturer on Torts. 

The Winter Session for 1889-90 commenced Sep 4, 1889, and ends 
Feb. 14, 1890. 



Incorporated Alumni. — Hon D, C. Eraser, President. 
C Boak, Secretai-y. J. A. Sedgewick, Treasurer. 



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HALIFAX SCHOOL foR THE BLIND, HALIFAX. 

This lustitution provides for the education and training of blind 
persons of either sex throujjhout the Maritime Provinces. Pupih 
from the Province of Nova Scotia between the ages of ten and 
twenty-one are admitted free of all charge. The schoo' is open 
to the public on Wednesday of each wetk, at 3 pm. C. F. Eraser, j 
Superintendant. E. P. Fletcher, Miss Hunter, Teachers. Musical 
Instructors, A. M. (?hisholm, D. M. Roid. Trade Instructor, D. A. 
Baird. Steward, R. T. Blair. E. D. Meynall, Secretary. 

Thfl Superintendent of the Institution is anxious to obtain Names, 
Ages, and Post Office Address of all Blind Persons in the Maritime 
Provinces. Clergymen and Physicians are in a position to supply this 
information, and will confer a favour by so doing. 



DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTION, HALIFAX. 

This Institution has been in operation for twenty-three years. It is 
supported partly by grants from the Governments ot the Maricime Pro- 
vinces, and partly by voluntary contributions — most of the pupils 
being too poor to pay for their board and education. The pupils range 
in age from five years up to twenty-five. Those who have the lull 
benefit of an education here are able to express themselves with fluency. 
Patron, His Honor the Lieut. -Governor of Nova Scotia. Chairman, 
Hon D. McN Parker, m.d. Treas, A. K. Mackinlay. Sec'i/, Presi- 
dent Forrest, d. d. Principal, J. Scott Hutton, M. A. Teachers, 
Miss J. R. Ba'eman, Miss A, M. Mosher, R. W. McDonald, S. H. 
Lawrence. Industrial Depaitment, Angus McEachern, Martin Abbott. 
Matron, Miss Gladwin. Physicians, Hon D. McN. Parker, m.d., 
Dr. Campbell. Dentist, Dr Alfred Cogswell. 



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HALIFAX MEDICAL COLLEGE. 

The Faculty. — Alex P Reid, m d., l.r.c.s. (Edin.) l.c.p.&s. 
(Can), Emeritus Professor of Medicine and Professor of Hygiene. Wm 
B. Siayter. m.d.. m.r.c.s. (Eng.), l.r.c p. (Lon.), f.o.s. (Lond ), Pro- 
fessor of Gynecology. Edward Farrell, M.D. , (Coll. Phys. and Surg.), 
Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery John Somers, m.d., (Bell 
Hosp, Med. Coll., N. Y.), Professor of Medicine. John F. Black, m.d., 
(Coll Phys. and Surg., N. Y.), Professor oj Surgery and Clintcal 
Surgery. George L. Sinclair, m d., (Coll. Phys. and Smrg., N. Y.), 
M d., (Univ. Hal.), Professor of Nervous Diseases and Insanity. Donald 
A. Campbell, m.d cm., (Dal.), Professor of Clinical Medicine and 
Therapeutics. A. W. H. Lindsay, b.a , m.d. cm. (Dal.), m.b cm. 
{Ed\n.), Professor of Anatomy. Arthur Morrow, m.b.c.m. (Edin.), 
Professor of Physiology. F. W Goodman, m.d. cm (Hal. Med. Coll.), 
Professor of Materia Medica. M. H. Curry, m.d. (Univ. N. Y.), Pro- 
fessor of Obstetrics and Diseases oJ Children. 

Lecturers, etc — Stephen Dodge, m.d. (Coll. Phys. and Surg. 
N. Y. ), Lecturer on Opthalmolo^y, Otology and Laryngology. G. 
Carlton Jones, m.r.c 8. (Eng.), Demonstator of Anatomy and Lecturer 
on Histology. Murdoch Chisholm, m d.c.m. (McGill), Lecturer dn 
Clinical Medicine. Francis H. Bell, b.a., Lecturer on Medical Juris- 
prudence, 



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Extra Mural Lectdrrr. — George Lawson, ph.d., Professor of 
Chemistry and Botany at Dalhousie (College. Dean of the Faculty, Dr 
Geo. L Sinclair. Secretary, Dr A. W. H. Lindsay. Janitor, G. P. 
Skelly. 

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. 



BANKS. 

Bakk Holidays. — Ontario, New Brunswh^k and Nova Scotia — 
New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Qneen's Birthday, 
Dominion Day, Chrisrmrts Day. Quebec — New Year's Day, Epiphany, 
Annunciation, Good Friday, Easter Monday. Ascension, Corpus 
Christi, St. Peter's ano St. Paul's, All Saints, Conception, Christmas 
Day, Queen's Birthday, and Dominion- Day. Also, throughout the 
Dominion, any day appuinted by Proclamation for a General Fast or 
Thanks^iyint;. 

The hours of business are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., except on Saturdays, 
when they close at 1 p.m. 

HALIFAX BANKING COMPANY. [Established 1825.] 

Capital $500,000 paid up. 

Robie Uniacke, (Prest), L. J. Morton, (V. P.) Thomas Bayne, F D. 
Corbett, James Thomson. Cashier, W. L. Pitcaithly. Accountant, H. N. 
Wallace. Teller, receivmg, K. H. Metzler. Teller, paving, J. R. Forbes. 
Clerks, S. H. Black. R. A. Mrlntyre, Frank Hope, E.' E. Helsby, E. G. 
Shannon, F. L. Murray, Ceo. -Lyde. Discount days— Daily, except 
Saturday. 

, Agencies in Nova Scotia, Amherst, Antigonish. Barrington, Lockeport, 
Lunenburg, New Glasgow, Parrsboro, Springhill, Bridgewater, Truro, 
Windsor. In New Brunswick at Petitcodiac, Sackville, St. John. 

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA. [Established ISSi.] 

Capital $1,114,300. Reserve Fund $460,000. 

Directors, John Doull, (Prest), Adam Burns, (Vice-Prcst), Daniel Oonan, 
Jairus Hart, J. Y. Payzant. (>ashier, Thos Fj-she. Local Manager, Geo 
McLeod. Acting Inspector, Alex Robertson. Accountant, W.P.Hunt. Tellers, 
W. T. Symons, M. J. Fitzgerald. Clerks, H H. Kdmondson, E. T. 
Stavert, W. H. Burns, Alex Wilson, W. H. Davies, W. Caldwell, W. D. 
Ross. G. Heustis, P. C. Elliot, A. E. Wilson. Messenger, George 
Anderson. Discount days — every week day except Saturdaj'. 

Agencies in Nova Scotia at Amherst, Annapolis, Bridgetown, Canning, 
Digby, Kentville, Liverpool, New Glasgow, Noith Sydney, Pictou. Yar- 
mouth. In New Brunswick at Caaipbelltown, Chatham, Fredericton, 
Mcncton, Newcastle, St. John, St. Stephen, St. Andrews, Sussex, Wood- 
stock. In P. E. Island at Charlottet-^wn and Summerside. In United 
Slates, Minneapolis, Minn. In (Quebec, Montreal, P. Q. In Jamaica, W. 
I., Kingston. 



BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. [EstabUshed 1836.] 

Capital, £1,000,000 Sterling. 

Head Office, London. Sec'y, A. G. Wallis. Head OMce in the 
Colonies, Great St James Street, Montreal. General Manager, R. R. 
Grindley. Inspector, E. Stanger. 



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Halifax IJhanch — Mamiper, A. K. Kllia. Accountont, D. R. Wilson. 
Teller, NVm Korroster. ('lerka, C. Twiniiifj, A. Hnnley, 0. H. Winter,' 
H. H. Thompson, A. J. Cowie. Messenger, P. Popham. Discount daily, 
except Saturday. 

UNION BANK OF HALIFAX. [Established 1856.] 

Capital S500,000. 

Directors, Wm. J. Stairs, (Prest), Hon Robt Boak, ( V. P. ), John H. 
Symons, M. P. Black, W. Koclie, C. C Blackadar, Wm. Twining. 
Cashier, E. L. Theme. Accountant, C. N. 8. Strickland. Teller, 0. 
A.Robson. Clerks, R. C.Wright, W.C Ilarvoy, Stanley Boak, and R. G. 
Rtnt. Messenger, R. E. Saunders. Agents — London, London and 
Westminster Bank; Montreal, Bank of Toronto; Nno York, National 
Bank of ('omnierce; Boston, Merchants' National Bank; St. John's, 
Newfoundland, Com. Bank of Newfoundland ; St. .Tohn, N. B., Bank of 
New Brunswick; Annapolis, E. D. Arnaud, Agent. Discount days — 
every week day. 

MERCHANTS' BANK OF HALIFAX. [Established 1864.] 
Capital, $1,100,000 paid up. Reserve Fiiiid, $220,000. 

Directors— liho^Yj. Kenny, m. p., (Prest), Hon. Jas Butler, m.l.c, (Vice- 
Presdt), Thos A. Ritchie, Thomas Ritchie, M. Dwyer, Wiley Smith. 
Cashier,D. H. Duncan. Accountant, W. B. Torrance. Asst Accountant, 
W. M. Botsford. Tellers, G. A. Taylor, H. J. Gardner. Clerks, G. H. 
MacKenzie, William Meynell, James T. Barry, Martin J. I^ane, T. J. 
Cochran, W. H. Clarke, jr., V. W. Dimock, Edward F. Smith. Messenger, 
James Anderson. Inspector, E. C. Jarvis. Inspector's Clerk, J. F. 
Blagdon . 

Agencies in Nova Scotia at Antigonish, Bridgewater, Guysboro', Lon- 
dondery, Lunenburg, Maitland, Pictou, Port IlawUcsbury, Sydney, Truro, 
Weymouth. In New Brunswick at Bathurst, Dorchester, Fn-dericton, 
Kingston, Moncton, Newcastle, Sackville, Woodstock. In Prince Edward 
Island at Charlottetown, Summerside. St. Pierre, Miquolon. In Quebec, 
Montreal. 



PEOPLE'S BANK OF HALIFAX. [Established 1864.] 

Capital, $600,000 paid up. 

Directors, Augustus W. West, (Prest), Williaui J. Coleman, (V. P.), 
P. O'Mullin, A. K. McKinlay, Jjimes Eraser. Caslfier, John Knight. 
Accountant, M. Henry Richey. Teller, R. A. Woodill. Clerks, K. ¥. 
Watt, H. A. Bailey, W. P. Collins, B. B. Sutcliffe. Messenger, John 
Maguire. Agents — Edniunston, N. B., J. McD. Cromar. Lunenburg, 
N. S., G.N. C. Hawkins. Shediac, N. B, E. J. Cochran. Wolfville, 
N. 8., G. W. Munro, Acting Agent. Woodstock, N. B., G. A. White. 

BANK OF MONTREAL. 

Capital, $12,000,000. Reserve $6,000,000. 

Head Office, Montreal. President, Sir Donald A. Smith. General 
Manager, W. J. Buchanan. Halifax Branch — Manager, ¥. M. Cotton. 

Branches — In Ontario: Almonte, Belleville, Brantford, Brockville, Chat- 
ham, Cornwall, Goderich, Guelph, Hamilton, Kingston, Lindsay, London, 
Ottawa, Perth, Peterborough, Picton, Sarnia, Stratford, St. Mary's, 
Toronto. In New Brunswick; Chatham, Moncton, St. John. In Nova 
Scotia: Halifax. In Quebec: Quebec. In N. W. T. : Regina. In Manitoba: 
Winnipeg, Calgarry. In British Columbia : Vancouver, New Westminster. 
In Ontario: Wallaceburg. 



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DOMINION SAVINGS' BANK. 

Thifl Bank is in the Y. M. C Assn. Building* Hours of attendance 
daily from 10 to 4 o'clocit, except on Saturdays. Manager, Jno K. Wallace. 
Accountant, A. C Jolinston. Keceivin^' Teller, .1. H. Malcoin. Paying 
Teller. .1. T. Litligow, Clerk, J. P. Dillon. Closes at 1 o'cloclc on 
Saturday. 

BANK OF YARMOUTH. [Established 186*.] 

Capital, $400,000. 

Directors, L. E. Baker, (Prest), C. E Brown, (V. P.) Hugh Cann, John 
Lovitt, J. W. Moody. Cashier, Thomas \V. Johns. Accountant, H. G. 
Farish. Teller Wm E. Perry. Clerk, Arthur Brown. 



EXCHANGE BANK OF YARMOUTH. [Established 1869.] 

Capital, $280,000. 

Directors, W. D. Lovitt, (Prest), J. H. Killam, (V. P.) N. B. Lewis, 
B. B. Law, Robfc Caie. Cashier, Alex S. Murray. Teller, T. V. B. 
Bingay, jr. 

COMMERCIAL BANK OF WINDSOR. [Established 1866.] 

Capital $500,000. 

Directors, Godfrey P. Payzant, (Prest), Wm Dimock, Andrew P. 
Shand, John Keith Cashier, Walter Lawson. Teller, Lewis E. Dimock. 
Accountant, Robert B. Paulin. Clerk, Reginald Lawson. Solicitor, 
Aubrey Blanchard. 

Insurance Companies and Agencies. 

MARINE. 

Nova Scotia Marine Insurance Co., (Ltd).— Hon A. G. Jones, 
(Prest), Geo Mitchell, (V. P.) Directors, John Doull, D. McPherson, 
Wm Robertson, Geo. R. Hart, GeotFrey Morrow. Sec'y, John Strachan, 
04 Bedford Row. 

Ocean Mutual Marine Insurance Company, (Ltd.)— Directors 
Aug. W. West, (Presdt), George J. Troop, (V. P.,) Wm. Lawson, J. p! 
Mott, John McNab, Jairus Hart, Levi Hart. Sec'y, B. W. Salter. 

Royal Canadia v Marine Insurance Company.— J. F. Kennv 
Agent, Bedford Row. ^ •^' 

Western Assurance Company.— Head Office, Toronto. Capital 
S800,0C0. J. F. Kenny, General Agent for Maritime Provinces, Bedford 
Row. 

Pkovidence Washington Marine Insurance Company of Pro- 
vidence, Rhode Island.— H. St George Twining, & Co, General Agento 
60 Bedford Row. ' 

British and Foreign Marine Insurance Co. op Liverpool G B 
—Capital fully subscribed, $5,000,000. J. T. Twining & Son, Agents 
No. 22 Bedford Row. 

Boston Marine Insurance Company.— J. Taylor Wood, Agent 70 
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Avon Mauink Inhukanck Company, WiNOwm — Directors, William 
I)iinocl<, (l*re»t,)(;e()rj,'ij\V. Clmnhill, S. (i. Hluclt, .1. A. Sliaw. Sec'y and 
Trt'us, I). 1*. Allison. Auditors, K. \V. Dimocii, G. 1*. VayzMi. 

WiNDMcm Maiunk Inhuhanck Company, Windsoh — Directors, G. I*. 
I'ayzant, (I'rcHt), .fiio Stirling, I'-dwd O'Hricn, Captain Thomas Aylward, 
Jolin K(!itli, S«c'y and Trea«., \V. II. Biancliard. Auditors, B. Smitli, 
William Dimoclt. 

Smi'owNMts Maimnk I.nsuisanck Company ok Winuhok— (Limited- 
Directors, K. W. Dimock, (IVcHt ), Sliubaol Dimock, (V. P.), John B, 
North, (Jeo Mounre, Mark Curry, VVm H, Moslicr. Bec'y, Allen Haley. 
AuditorH, A. V. Sband, John M. Smith. 



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Halikax ViUK Insu-ianck Company — Authori 
Directors, Kobie IJniack.., (I'rest), John P. Mott, Dan 
Barry, M. 1'. Black, (}. A. McKenzie, W. Koche. 
Goudf^e. 

Acadia Fikk Insukance Company — Capital $400,000. Directors, Hon 
Robt Boak, (PrcHt), Hon A. G.Jones, VVm .1. Coleman, Geo Mitchell, C C 
Blackadar, Jae Turner. Sec'y, Jno H. Harvey, Bedford Bow. 

EaSTKHN A8.SUHAN0K COMPANY OK CANADA. — Capital $1,000,000' 

Jno Doull, President ; Chas D. Cory, Managing Director ; D. C. Edwards, 
Secretary, Bedford Row. 

City ok London Fire Insitranck Co. of London, Eno. Capital, 

£2,000,000 stg. Alfred Shortt, Agent, 135 Hollis St. 

KoYAi, Canadian Fire and Marine Insukance Company. — Office, 
corner Prince Street and Bedford How. J. F. Konn}', Agent. 

Lancashire Fire and Life Insurance Company. — Alfred J. Bell' 
Agent, Hollis Street. 

Imperial. Fire Ins. Comp'y ok London — Capital £1,600,000. stg* 
Agent, M. B. Daly, 104 Hollis Street. 

Connecticut Fire Insurance Company of Hartfokd. —Capital, 
$1,000,000, Geo M. Greer, Agent. 

Phcknix Fire Ins. Comp'y of London— Agent, C. J. P. Clarkson, 
Bedford Row. 

iETNA Insurance Comp'y of Hartford, Conn. — Incorporated 1819. 
Charter Perpetual. Assets $7,000,000. Agents, W. L. Lowell & Co., 
Hollis street. 

London and Lancasiiike Fire Insurance Co. — Capital £1,852,000' 
Agent, Alfred Shortt, Corner Hollis and Saokville Sts. 

British America Fire Assurance Company.— Assets $1,200,000. — 
Agent, C. J. P. Clarkson, Bedford Row. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company of Hautfohd, Conn. — Assets, 
$3,456,020.— Agents, W. L. Lowell & Co. 

Northern F^ire Ins. Comp'y of London and Aberdeen — Capital, 
£3,000,000 stg. Agent, J. F. Kenny, Bedford Row. 

LivERPOoi^ AND London and Globe Ijjsurance Company — 
Unlimited liability. Assets, $38,814,125. C. J. Wylde, 129 Hollis St. 

Commercial. Union Assurance Company, op Cornhill., London. 
Capital, £2,500,000. John Duflus, Agent at Halifax, 5 Prince Street. 



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Wkhtichn AHSPitANCK ('oMi'ANY OK ToKoNTo. — IIoii .1. McMurfich, 
rPn-sf). J. .1. Korinv, Maiiuj^iiij? Director. .luini's Iloomor, S«c'v. J. 
l*riti},'lo, (reinTttl AkimU. (i. M. (Jrocr. Agent for N. S., 191 Hollis Street. 

I'riJK Inhukanc tc A.s.s<m iation ok Lo.nuon, CJ. B. — G.M.Greer, Agent, 
ini lIolliH Ht 

NAiro.vAi, FiHK AsHirnANCK Co. OK iHKt.ANi), Kotftb. 1824. -Alfred 
J. Ik'll, Agent, HolIiM St. 

St'oTTisii Union National, Insukanck Co. — Queen Building, Hollis 
St. A. C. Kdwanls, Agent. 

NoKWicii Union Kikk iNHtrnAxoK Society — Agent, C J. P. Clarkson. 

PhKNIX iNSirKANC'K Co. oK BitOOKI.YN, NlCW YoItK. — HuSHOIl 

Twining, Agent. 

CiTizKNs Inkuhanck Co. OK MoNTHKAi. — Will Duffus, General Agent. 

Glasgow ano London Fihk In.s. Co. — J. S. Belcher, 22 Bedford Kow. 

GuAHDiAN VuiK Inuukamoe COMPANY— Tlionison & Dcvlin, Agents, 
Granville Street. 

NoHTII BhTTISII AND MkIU-'ANTII,K FlItK AND LiKK TNSUUANCK COM- 
PANY.— W. L. Lowell &Co., Agents, Ilollis St. 

KoYAL FiRK AND LiKK InSUUANCK CoMI'ANY OK KnOLAND. — 

Farquhar, Forrest & Co., Agents, 173 Hollis St. 

QuicKN FiRK InsukanckCo.mi'Any.— S. Tobin, Agent, ITTHollia St. 

QuKBKC FniK Insurance Comi'any— J. T. Twining & Son, Bedford 
How. 

LIFE. 

Canapa Like Assurance (Company— (Hamilton, Ontario.) 169 
Holiis Street. I). 11. McGarvey, See'y, P. McLarren, Geu Agent. 

CoNKEDERATioN LiKE ASSOCIATION OF CANADA. — F. W. Greene, 
Manager, IGG IIuKis St. 

Standard Like As.s. Comp'y — Agent, Alfred Sliortt, Ilollis Street. 

Like Association ok Scotland — Sec'y, Jno H. Harvey, Bedford Kow. 

Connecticut Mutual Like Ass. Comp'y ok Haktkord, Conn. — 
Local Agents for Halifax, W. L. Lowell & Co., 165 Hollis Street. 

Ontario Mutual Like Insurance Company — A. Cameron, Agent, 
154 Campbell Road. 

The Equitable Like Ass. Soc'y ok the United States — A. C. 
Edwards and B.' A. Fielding, Joint General Agents for Maritime Provinces. 

British Empire Mutual Life Ins Co. — M. B. Almon, Agent. Office, 
Hollis St. 

North American Like Insurance Company— G. E Lavers, Pro- 
.vincial Manager, 197 Hollis St. 

New York Life Insurance Co — II. St Geo Twining, & Co, Agents. F. 
A. King, Manager, Prince Street, 

Union Mutual Like Insurance Company of Maine— J. T. Wylde, 
Agent. 177 Hollis St. 

London and Lancashire Life Assurance Company, of London, 
England. — George M. Greer, General Agent, 191 Hollis Street. 



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Mtma Likk Inhuuanc k Company— AKent, C. K. Keynoldii, IIolllii St. 

Star Likk Inhurancf, Socikty or London— J. IL Harvny, 68 Bed- 
ford Kow. 

TiiK Mi'TirAii Rkmkk Rocikty of Nova Scotia- (Yarmouth.) 
A. (J. Kohbiim, rreHidciit; William V.Brown, becretaryj Thomas B. Croiby, 
TreuHiirer. 

Fkdkkai. LiPKlNHtntANCKCu— M. B. IleustlH, Agent, 141 GranyilloSt. 

Mutual Likk Inhuhanck Co ok Nkw Yohk- J. L. Stcarnt, General 
Managt^r, 107 IIoIIIh St. 

Manukactuhkk's Likk In8Uhan(;k Co — J. B. Taton, Agont, Bedford 
Row. 



FIRE, LIFE AND AOOIDENT. 

CiTizKNn Insukanck Co. OP Canada. — Fikk, Likk, and Accident — 
W. Dutl'us.Agent. 

Si;n Mutual Likk and Accidknt Insukanck Comp'v op Montreal. 
Alfred J Bell, Agent, HoIIIh Street. 

TiiK Tuavkllkuh' Likk and Accident Ins. Comp'y ofHartpokd, 
Conn. — (reneral Agent for Nova Scotia and Prince Kdward I»iand, George 
W. Jono8, 132 HolliH St. 

Accident Insurance Company op Canada. — Capital S260,000. 
Local Board of Directors, W. J. Stairs, T. E. Kenny, Adam Burns. Agent, 
Geo. M. Greer, 191 Hollis Street, Halifax. 

Norwich & London Accidknt Ins. Association. — Estab. 1866. 
Capital, £200,000 stg. Alfred Shortt, Agent, 135 Hollis St. 

GUARANTEE. 

Canada Guarantke Company, Montreal. — Sir A. T. Gait, (Prest.) 
Directors, Thomas E. Kenny, vVilliam J. Stairs, Adam Burns. 

London Guarantek and Accident Company, London— Agent, A. 
C. Edwards, Hollis Street. 



Mercantile Companies. 

Chamber op Commerce, Halifax. — ExectUive Committee, W. 

C. Silver, (Prest), Hon A. G. Jones. G. J. Troop, E. G. Smith, H. 
G. Bauld, Robt Pickford, T. E.Kenny, Wm Robertson, J. C Mackintosh, 
Edwd Stairs, James Morrow, W. Roche, jr., George Mitchell, G. E. Boak, 

D. F. Power, J. A. Chipman. Charles M. Creed, Se&y. 

Halifax Board of Trade. — President, E. G. Kenny; Vice-Presi- 
dents, James Eraser, Robert Taylor; Treasurer, Thos. C. Allen; Secretary, 
W. C. Bishop. Council, A. K. Mackinlav, Wm J Stewart, H. B. Mitchell, 
C. W. Outhit, J. E. DeWolf, A. M. Bell, ft. h\ Pearson, Geo M. Smith, A. 

E. Curren, Wm H. Neal, L. J. Mylius, L.J. Hesslein, Hugh D. McKenzie, 
W. E. Harrington. 

PicTou Board of Trade. — Col. Snow, President ; H. H. Hamilton, 
Vice-President; E. M. McDonald, Se&y; G. R. Chisholm. Treas.; I). Mc- 
Ken*ie. J B. Hamblin, D. C Henderson, T. Tanner, R. P. Eraser, Execu- 
tive Committee. 



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TiiK Nova Scotia SroAU Kkkinriiy (I.imilod), capital f. 150,000. 
DirnriorH, Hon K. Bonk, .Ian TIioiiihoii, T. K. Kctiiiv, •!. I''. StHirx, lion 
•Fan Bnfler. Afnnayer, J. A. TurnhxiW. Sec'y, T. M.' Cutler. OfHco, 236 
lIoiliH Street. 

Nova Scotia C<»iroN MANrKACTirniNo Co. (I.imitfd)— K. O. Porkj-r, 
Presulfnt; Alex Forrent, Vice-Prmdfnt ; S. M. Brooktiuld, .lairus Hurt, 
P. O'iMullin, C. K. Brown, J. C. Muckint«»l». 

Makitimr ('ommkkciai. Thavki-i.kii'h Ahhociation. — Pn-nident, 
W. J. Stewart; Soiretarv, ( J. K. KaiilkiKT. Tho object ot'tliin AsMociation Ih 
to Hectire, an far ax poHHJble, all tlu' eoiicusNioiiH inul lienetit'*, which, aa a 
collectivo body, they are caiwible ot" obtainiiif^, the j^eiieral lulvaricumeM, 
welfare and interentH of ItH memburtt, whother for mutual Hupport, protuctiun. 
information or proviHion. 

Nova Scotia Pkumanknt Bknkkit Buii-oino Sociktv anu Savinoh 
Fund — Jno V. Mott, Prenidcnt. Sec'y and Troa»., Chas II. I.ongard. 
Oftice, II0II18 Street. 

Rastbkn (Canada Savings and T.oanCo. — Samuel Brookfield, Pres- 
ident; Alfred Whitman, Secretary. 187 llollin Street. 

Hamka-x and Daktmoutii Stkammoat CoMi'ANY — Directors, Robie 
Unia-.ke, (Prest), B. VV^ Chipman, (V. Prest), .lames (;. Mackintosh, V. C 
Klliot, (J. A. Pyke. Sec'y and Treas, (jeo K. VaiiBuskirk. 

CiiKHucro Makink Kaii.wav, (;o., Limitkd. Dautmouth — Directors, 
Jas W Turner, (Prea ); P. Boss, Georj^e Thomson, A. NV. West, I). Mc- 
pherson. Sec'y and Treas., C. J. VVylde. Supt., K. Weston. Office, 129 
Ilollis St. 

PiCTOu Makink Hailwav Comp'y — President. Koderick McKenzie. 
Lessees, il. & J. Vorston, 

Stuait of Canso Makine Railway, Pokt HAWKKsnuiiY, 0. B. — 
Directors, P. Ross, (Pres.), E. 0. Twining, (Sec), P. Paint *& Sons, Agents, 
llawkesbury. 

Mahine' Railway, Yakmouth.— Directors, L. E. Raker, (Pres.); Hugh 
Cann, Bowman Corning, J. W. Wyman, Hugh E. Cann. Soc'v, VV. A. 
Chase. 

LiVBRPOOL Marine Railway Company— (Incorporated A. D. 1856.) 
President, Thomas Rees, Treasurer and Superintendent, Thomas Day. 
Secretary, J. N. Freeman. 

The Starr Manufacturing Company— Capital $200,000. Works at 
Dartmouth. Directors, F. (i Parker, (Prest), W J Stairs (V. P.), .Jas. C. 
Mackintosh, Robie Uniacke, A. W. West. Sec'v, H. Goudge. Manager 
at works, A. A. Sniallwood. Office, 72 Bedford Row. 

Halifax Gas Company— (Capital $330,000.) Prest., D. Farrell. 
Directors, J. H. Symons, Hon .las Butler, A. K. Mackiiilav, G. E. 
Boak, D. Keith L. J. Hesslein. Manager, Robt. Baxter. Secretary, F. 
Schaefer. Cleiks, J. A. Ritchie, W. V. Murray. 

Acadia Powder Company (Ltd.)— Directors, T. R. Gue, (Prest), J. P. 
Mott, T. C. Brainerd. Superintendent, B. C. Wilson. C. J. Wylde, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer. 129 Hoi lis St. 

Gas Company, YARMouni—Capital $36,000. Directors, Robert 
Caie, (Pres), Hugh E. Cann, Hugh Cann, A. C. Robbins, B. Corning, 
A F. Stoneman, Thos Killam, Secy. ' 

Nova Scotia Glass Co., New Glasgow.- A. Walker, President. 
A. M. McGregor, Secretary. 



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Nova Scotia Steel Co., ITew Glasgow. — J. D. McGregor, Presdt. 
Geo Hattie, Secretary. 

Yarmouth Duck and Yarn Co. — Directors. W. D. Levitt. S- Killam, 
A. C. Robbins, F. Killam, B. Corning, Thos.E. Kelley, ChasF. Granthorn, 
Sec'y. 

Yarmouth Woollen Mill Co., (Limited).— (Capital $80,000.00.) 
L. E Baker, Presdt. , A. C. Robbina, Vice-Presdt., W. D. Lovitt, Hug,h 
Cann, Jacob Bingay. Secretary, J. R. Corning. 

Western Counties Railway Co. — Frank Killam, Pres.,'W.D. Lovitt, 
Hugh Cann, A. C. Robbins, J. R. Kinney, John Lovitt, Jacob Bingay. 
Secy, J. W. Bingay. 

Windsor Cotton Co., ( Limited).- -Wn; Curry, President. Manager, 
Wm Foote. Secretary, John Nalder. 

BuRRELL Johnson Iron Co., (Lini'd). — Yarmouth. (Capital, $140,000). 
Directors, Hugh Cann, (Presdt,) W. D. Lovitt, N. W. Biethen, 

A. C. Robbins. Charles Bryant, Secretary. N. W. Biethen, Manager. 

Eureka Woolen Mill Co., Hopewell, Pxctou. — Capital, $30,000. 
D. H. Smith, Truro, (Prest). 

The Tkuro Condensed Milk and Canning Company — D. H. 
Muir, M.D., President. John D. Mackay, Sec'y and Treas. 

Yarmouth Building and Loan Society — Secretary and Treasurer, 

B. E. Rogers. 

Co-operative Deposit and Loan Society of Yarmouth. — Sec'y. 
Treas, S. B. Murray ; Solicitor, Robt E. Harris. 

Windsor Tanning Coj'pany. — President, C. E. Wilson. Directors, 

C. E. Wilcox, J. E. Graham, E. W. Dimock, G. P. Payzant 

NoTA Scotia Telephone Co. — Directors, B, W. Chipman, 
President ; Robie Uniacke, Thomas Bayne, W. C. Delaney, C. F. Sise, 
R. L. Borden, B. F. Pearson, Sec'y. 

Maitland Telephone Co., (Limited), — Head Office. Port Maitland, 
N. S. Authorized Capital, $10,000 Directors.Dr. J. H. Harris, President. 
W. S. Porter, Secretary-Manaijer, Joseph Goudey. R. E. Harris, 
Solicitor. Geo H. Goudy, James A. Rose, Auditors. Has offices at 
Annapolis, Barton, Bear River, Beaver River, Belliveau Cove, Church 
Point, Clementsport, Digby, Hebron, Little IJrook, Meteghan, Meteghan 
River, Ohio, Port Maitland, Salmon River, Saulnierville, Weymouth and 
Weymouth Bridge, and has connections with the offices on the lines of the 
Yarmouth, Carlton and Barrington Companies. 

Gold Miners' AisociATiON. — Piesident, B. C. Wilson. Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, J. H. Townshend. , , ; : ' 

- COAIi MINES. ^ .t' .fct^-<. 

Board of Examiners of Colliery Officials.— Edwin G'lpin,jr of 
Halifax: James Hudson, of Pictou; Henry S. Poole, of Stellarton; Wm. 
Hall, of Sprmghill; Wm. Routledge, of Reserve Mines; David McKeen, 
of Glace Bay; WaUer Sutherland, of Westville. 

JoGGiNS Coal Mining Association — Agent, P. McNaughton. Man- 
ager, Robert Bourke, Joggins, Cumberland Co. 

Cumberland R. R. & Coal Co., Spring Hill Mines.— General 
Manager, J. Romans. Manager, Wm. Hall, Springhill, Cumberland Co. 



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Intercolonial Coal Mining Company — Agent, Robert Simpson, 
Westville, Pictou Co. 

Acadia Coal CoMPANY,(Lt'd).— President, J. W. Clendenin. Agent, 
H. S. Poole, Stellarton. (Embracing the Acadia, Vale, and Halifax Coal 
Companies.) 

Black Dkummond Coal Company, Wf.stville, Pictou Co. — 
Graham Fraser, Agent. Jno Sutherhind, Manager. 

GowRiE Colliery— Agents, Archibald & Co., North Sydney, C. B 
Manager, Charles Archibald, Cow Bay, C B. 

i Block House Coal Mining Company. 
Cape Breton. 



-Agent, R. Belloni, Cow Bay, 



Caledonia Coal and Railway Company.— Agent, David Mac Keen' 
Caledonia Mines, Cape Breton. 

Ontario Collfery. — Manager, John Sutherland, Port Caledonia, 
Cape Breton. 

General Mining Association.~( Sydney Colliery.)— Manager, Richd 
i H. Brown, Sydney Mines, C. B. Agents, Canard <& Morrow, Halifax. 

j Glace Bay Coal Mining Company.— Manager, Chas Rigby, Little 
I Giace Bay, C B. Agent, E. P. Archbold. Halifax. 

International Coal and Railway Company. — Manager and 
Secretary, J. S. McLennan, Bridgeport. 

* Toronto Coal Company. — E. Cassells, Secretary, Toronto. 

Inverness Coal, Iron and Railway Company. — Agent, W. H. 
Wiswell, Halifax. 

New Campbellton Colliery.— Agent, T. E. Kenny, Halifax. 

Low Point, Barasois and Lingan Coal Co.— Manager, J. G. S. 
Hudson, Victoria Mines, Low Point,C .B. 



National, Religious, Benevolent and other Societies, 

St. Georges' Society. -IVesident, Rev Dr. Partridge. Treasurer, 
R. Theakston. Secretary, John Naylor. Charity Committee, "W. Davies. 
F. W. Jubien, J. A. Hancock, Thos Offen, F. W. Simmonds, J. 
Lepiue. 

Charitable Irish Society (Established 17 8G.)— President, Jas. 
J. O'Brien. Treasurer, P. M. Duggan. Secretary, Wm A. Lyons. 
Com. of Charity, Felix Quinn, Joseph M. Power, John M. Inglis, 
Robt Clancy, Geo. Churchill, P. J. Griffin. 

North British Society ("Instituted March 26, 17 6S).— President, 
A. J. Cowie, M.D. Treasurer, George Mitchell. Secretart/, J. A. 
Sedgewick. Committee on Chanty, John McDonald, Hon W. Ross, 
John Watson, John McDonald, John Mclnnes. Messenger and Piper, 
John Patterson. 

Halifax Club. — President,^,. Uniacke. Committee, L. J. Morton, 
John T. Wylde, John Duflfus, J. F. Kenny, W. Twining, F. D. 
Corbett, H. H. Fuller, M. Dwyer, G. A. Mackenzie, A. K. Mac'.mlay. 
Dr. J. F. Black, A. W. West, Col. C. J. Stewart, H. W. Johnston. 
Sec'y, Joseph Starr. Hon. Treasurer, A. Burns. 



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City Club. — President, Edwd Stairs. Vice-President, Geo 
riarvcy. Committee, W. A. Black, H. LChipman, J T. Lithgow, Jas 
Heenan, Foster Elliot, Jos Henderson, C. M. Almon, H. D. McKenzie, 
W. C. Northup, A.. E. Curren. C. H. Porter, H N. Wallace, T. M. 
Cutler. Hon Treas, E. J. Longard, jr. Sec'y, W. L. Brown. 

Nova Sootia Institute of Natural Science. — Patron, His 
Hon the Lieut. Governor. President, Prof J. G. MacGregoi. Vice- 
Presidents, M. Murphy, A, H. McKay. Secretart/, Alex McKav. 
Treasurer, W. C. Silver. Librarian, M. Bowman. Council — E. 
Gilpin, Geo Lawson, J. Fox, J. Somers, m.d., F. W. W. Doane, R. 
J, Wilson, A. Allison. 

Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron. — (Estahlished 1875 — 
Station, Halifax.) Commodore, A. C. Edwards, Esq. Vice- Commodore, 
W. H Troop, Esq. Rear- Commodore, J. E. Butler, Esq. Hon. 
Secretary, H. M.Wylde. //on. Treasurer, J. W. Stairs. 

Nova Scotia Bible Society — President, Hon S. L. Shannon. 
Treasurer, S. H. Black. Secretary, James Farquliar. Agent, T. M. 
Mackelvie. A large committee of gentlemen of various religious 
denominations is appointed annually. Its object is "to encourage a 
wider circulation of the Holy Scriptures without note or comment." 

Halifax Ladies' Bible Association — Prest., Mrs Liddell. 
Sec'y, Miss F. Pryor. This Society collects funds for the purpose 
of circulating the Scriptures among the poor and destitute. When a 
balance remains in the Treasurer's hands at the close of the year, the 
amount is given to the Nova Scotia Society. 

British American Book and Tract Society — Prest., W. C. 
Silver. Treas., E.L. Thome. Honorary Secretary, Rev Robert Murray. 
These office-bearers with a Board of Directors composed of clergymen 
and laymen of various denominations, are elected annually. The 
Society was. incorporated in 1872. Its expenditures in twenty-one years 
amounted to about $550,000. It received in donations over $81,000; 
and it circulated publications to the value of uearly $420,000. About 
$150,000 have been spent in Colportage, — and 220 years of labour were 
devoted to this object. Religious Books, Tracts, Magazines, Sabbath 
School Papers, Libraries at half price, &c., are specialties of the 
Society's Depository, 117 Granville St., Halifax. 

Evangelical Alliance. — President, Hon S. L. Shannon ; Sec'y, 
Rev. Robert Murray. The Evangelical Alliance is a Society intended 
to promote united action among christians of different denominations in 
so far as they are agreed. 

Young Men's Christian Association. — President, 3. C. Mack- 
intosh. Treasurer, S. H. Black. Sec'y, Henry Theakston. The Halifax 
Young Men's Christian Association was organized in December, 1853. 
Its object is the improvement of the " spiritual, moral, mental and 
social condition of the young men of the City of Halifax." It owns 
a handsome building which has cost over $37,000. It has a large 
Library and a spacious and well supplied Reading Room : also Com 
mittee Rooms, Class Rooms, Parlor, Lecture Hall and Dining Room. 
— Any person of good moral character may become a member, but no 
one can serve on committee or be an officer of the Association with- 
out being a member in good standing of some Evangelical Church. 



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Convention of the Y. M. C. A. op Maritime Provinces. — 
President, F. B. Robb. Secretaries, Geo McDonald, P. G. Marshall. 

Woman's Christian Association— Presjrfen^, Mrs J. Farquhar- 
son. Treasurer, Mrs C. C Blackailar. Sp.aetary, Miss F. Pryor. 
This Society aims at promotiti*^ the welfare of young women in the 
City, by means of a night school, libraries, &c., &c. Women's Home. 
— Chairwoman, Mrs. John Starr. Secretary, Mrs. PL C. Fairbanks. 
Treasurer, Mrs. J. F. L. Parsons. 

Halifax Infants' Home — The object of this Home is to receive 
flnd care for destitute infants. Its affairs are managed by a Com- 
mittee of ladies. The annual expenditure amounts to about $3000. 
The number of infants in the Home at f ny one time is about forty- 
five. When the children are about two years old they are given out 
to be adopted by families in the country. Over two hundred have been 
thus provided for within the past thirteen years. Miss Nordbeck, Treas., 
Studley. Mrs E. M. Saunders, Sec'y., Carltou Street. 

Home for the Aged — This place is intended to afford a comfort- 
able retreat to respectable women of advanced years whose means of 
livelihood are very limited. Eighty dollars a year paid by the inmate or 
by a friend secures all the comforts of a. home. The Institution 
owes its existence to the thoughtful liberality of the late William Mur- 
dbch, Esq. President, Mrs J. Scott Hutton. Secretary, Miss Forrest. 
Treas, Miss A. Nordbeck. 

Protestant Orphans' Home — Protestant orphans, two years old 
and upwards, are admitted to this Institution. It enjoys considerable 
endowments. Comfortable homes in the country are sought out and 
secured for boys and girls as they grow up. Secretary, Mrs R. Pickfoitl, 
Treasurer, Miss B. Naylor. 

Protestant Industrial School. — Intended to teach and train 
for some useful occupation boys who might otherwise be left to grow 
up as " roughs " and criminals. It is under the management of a 
committee of gentlemen and ladies. Secretary, E. D. Meynell 
Surgeon, Dv. Lindsay. Superintendent, 'Rohi'^otmdin. 

Halifax Visiting Dispensary. — Medical aid is afforded by this 
Institution to hundreds of poor patients. Those who need such atten- 
tion are visitt d by Physicians at their homes. Those who can come to 
the Dispensary at the proper hour are duly attended to there. President, 
W. C. Silver. Treas, J. F. Kenny. Sec'y, W. H. Wiswell. 

Halifax Association for Improving the Condition of 
THE Poor — The aim of the Association is to aid the poor by giving 
them employment whenever it is possible to do so, and securing that 
only the deserving poor shall be aided. Every case is investigated 
before aid is given. Prest., Jno Doull. Secy., R. J. Sweet. 

Nova Scotia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty. — 
President, Hon Matthew H. Richey. Chairman Executive Committee, 
C. W. Anderson. Secretary, John Naylor, HoUis Street. 
Annual subscription $1, life members S20, children 25 cents. 
The object of the Society is to prevent cruelty to animals, and to 
women and children, to educate public opinion on the subject, to 
punish the perpetrators of wanton cruelty, and diffuse a knowledge 



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of the best methods of treating animals. Conductors on the rail- 
ways arc authorized to act as agents of the Society. Ladies Auxil- 
iary. — Treasurer, Mrs H. H. Fuller. 



Seamen's Friend Society. — President, S. M. 
Manager-Secretary, James S. Potter. 



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The Halifax Society for Promoting the Better Obser- 
vance OF THE Lord's Day. — Secretary C. F. Reynolds. 

St. Paul's Aims House op Industry for Girls. — (No. 100 
Tower Road — Established 1867). Girls who are destitute, or nearly 
so, and in dangerous proximity to vice, are provided with a home, and 
trained to become domestic servants. Matron, Miss C Lawson. 

Nova Scotia Historical Society. — President, Sir A. G. 
Archibald. Vice-President, David Allison, ll d. Recording Secretary, 
Albert Peters. Corresponding Secretary, F. B. Crofton. The object 
of this Society is the collection and publication of manuscripts, pamph- 
lets, books, &c., that are of historical interest, relating to Nora Scotia 
or the neighbouring Provinces. 

Nova Scotia Barristers' Society. — Honorary Members, the 
Chief Justice and Judges of the Supreme Court. President, Hugh 
McD Henry, Q. c. ; Vice-President, Professor B. Russell; Secretary, 
W. R. Foster; Treasurer, Hon. S. L. Shannon, Q. c. ; Council, 
Atty .-General, ex officio, C. S. Harrington, Q. C, R. L. Borden, W. 

B. Ross, and A Drysdale. 

Provincial Barristers' Association. —Pi-J^nf, N. W. 
White; Vice-Presidents, 'ti.on. J. D. McLeod, S. Safrtlton, Q. C, 

E. T. Moseley. Sec^y- Treasurer, S. A. Chesleyjf^ouncil, Messrs. 
J. M. Townsliend, F. A. Lawrence, Hon. A. McGillivray, Hon. D. 
McNeill, W. E. Roscoe. 

Nova Scotia Dairymen's Association. — President, W E. 
Starratt. Sec'y and Treas, P. C. Black, Falmouth. 

Young Men's Literary Association Poplar Grove, Hali- 
fax. — President, John O'Mullin. Treasurer, R. Duggan. Secretary, M. 

F. Hartigan. 

Wanderers Amateur Athletic Club of Halifax.— Son. 
President, J. T. Lithgow. Treasurer, H. Oxley. Secretary, F. P; 
Bligh. V^-. 

Red Cap Snow Shoe Club (Organized ^874). — Captain, Wm 
Lithgow. '2nd Captain, Jas Mitchell. Secretary-Treasurer, A.' ;S. 
Neal. Com?K<ttee, C. H. Mackinlay, E. B. Richardson. '^'i-. 

Inland Game and Fishery Society. — President, Lt.-CiJf^ 

Gierke. Secretary, George Piers. Treasurer, A. K. Mackinlay. tfd 

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C. J. P. Clarkson, A. K. Mackinlay. Secretary-Treasurer, A. M.»i^*' 
kinlay. Asst. Secretary, J, E. Albro. Committee, C M. Almon, (jK 
M. Greer, Geo'Ritchie, Hon W. S. Fielding. ^j| 

Royal Blue Amateur Athletic Association. — PresidentJH 
W. A. Emmerson. Sec'y-Treas., J. R. Forbes. 



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Chebucto Amateur Athletic Club, DARTMoaxH. — President, 
C. A. Robson. Secretary, W. C. Bishop. 

Nova Scotia Fruit Growers' Association. — President, 
H Chipman, m n., Grand Pre. Sec'i/-Treasurer,C. R. H Starr, Wolf- 
ville. 

Academy of Music. — President, Adam Burns Vice President. 
Daniel Cronan. Treasurer, J. F. Kenny. Secretary, J. R. Wilson. 

Halifax Curling Club. — President, Joseph Muirhead. Sec'y 
Treas, G. E. Faulkner. 

Lorne A. AcQUATic Cl,ub. — President,Wm Lithgow. Sec'y-Treas, 
Frank Grierson. 

Provincial Rifle Association. — President, Lient.Col A. E. 
Curren. Treasurer, Lieut -Col. Mackinlay. Secretary, Major 
Weston, 

Amalgamated Trades Union. — / ident, Michael Shannon, 
Recording Secretary, P. F. Martin. Treasurer, Andrew Moody. 

Halifax Typographical Union, No. 130. — President Wm 
Connors; Vice-President, Wm. Mann ; Secretary, Jas Phair ; Asa^.-Sec- 
retary, W. J. Teed ; Treasurer, Chas A. Harris ; Guard, John 
Dulhanty. 

Local Union 83, of the United Brotherhood of 
Carpenters and Joiners of America. — President, A. C. Lessel ; 
Vicc.-PresideTit, Jas P. b'lannigan ; Fin. Secetury, Alex Northup ; Rec. 
Secretary, Andrew CoUinga ; Treasurer, Robt Gammon ; Conductor, 
Richard Peniz; Prpci^ptor, Edwd Flanniuan ; Ifarden, Mark Brown. 
Meets on first Tuesday and third Wedne-day of every month. 
Lodge Room, Ruggles Hall, corner Bell's Lane and Bar^in^ton St. 

Halifax Irish National League. — President, S. Cummins. 
Secretary, D. J. Sullivan. Treasurer, L. T. Briand. 

Impkrial Federation Society. — President, Sir Adams G. 
Archibald Vice-Presidents, ArchbLshop O'Brien, Chief Justice 
McDonald and J C. Mackintosh. Secretary, J. M. Geldert, Jr. 
Treasurer, T. E. Kenny. . 

Victoria School of Art and Design. — President, Dr. Allison. 
Vice-President, i. {). Mi\ck\r\ios\\ 2\easurer,3 M. Smith. Secretary, 
Supervisor McKay. Directors, Dr Allison, the Mayor. Jas Dempster, 
Michael Dwyer, Mrs J. F. Kenny, Dr Slayter, F. S. West, J. C. 
Mackintosh, Miss Ella Ritchie, E. P. Archbold, Senator Power, J. M. 
Smith, Supervisor McKay, Michael Shannahan, Mrs H. H. Fuller, 
Prof McGregor. 

Haydn Club. — President, Prof S. Porter. Vice-President, W. 
V.Murray. Treasurer and Secretary, H. C. Creighton. Conductor, 
Herr Klingenfeld. 

^ova Scotia Poultry Association. — Andrew Downs, Presi- 
dent ; C. Willoiighby Anderson, Vice-President; Thomas Goudge, 
Treasurer; Frank Hyde, Secretary. 

Halifax Ratepayers Association. — President, Hon L. G. 
Power. Vice-Presidents, B. G. Gray, Robert Taylor. 

Baptist Book and Tract Society. — President, HonDr Parker, 
Sec.-Treas., Geo A. McDonald, 94 Granville St., Halifax. 



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Masonic, 

GBAND T.ODGE OF THE MOST ANCIENT AND HONOR- 
ABLE FRATERNITY OF FREE AND ACCEPTED 
MASONS OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

Grand Master, Hev D. C. Moore, Stellaiton; Deputy G. 
Master, VV. F. M cCos Q c, M .p. p., Halifax ; Senior G. Warden, 
John D.I e\, I)i{rh\ ; Junior G Warden, W. B. Alley, Truro ; Grand 
Treasurer, J I)eiiip'»ier, Hulifax; Grand Secretary, Hon W. Ross, 
Halifax ; Grand Lecturer, VV S. McDonnld, Halifax ; Grand Chaplains, 
Rev. (^ Bowiimii, d.d., Purrsboro ; Rev. H. D. DeBlois, m. a., 
Anna|)oli>; Ilev F. Partridj^e, d. d., Halifax; Rev J. A. Logan, 
Acadia Mines; lit^v T. B. Lavton, Great Village; Rev C. W. McCully, 
M.A.. Halifax ; Senior Grand Deacon, Geo. R. Chisholm, Pictou ; 
Junior Grand Deacon, Henry Grier, m d., Halifax ; Grand Superin- 
tendetit of Wofiks, Angus McQueen, New Glasgow ; G. D. of Cere- 
monies, E. L Foster, Halifax ; G. Sword Beai-er, James C. Lloy, 
Halifax ; G. Organist, Sam I Porter, Halifax ; G. Pursuivant, T. G. 
D. Scotland, Halifax ; Grand Stewards, VV. M. Forsyth, Btidgetown ; 
John Hay, Truro ; J. H. Bentley, Halifax ; John Gray, Westville ; 
A. C. McKinnon, Springhill; A. F. Piers, Wallace; A. Ormiston, 
Hopewell ; Grand Tyler, J. J. McKeil, Halifax, 

District Deputy Grand Masters. — W. V. Murray, Halifax; 
Geo. H. Wallace, Wolfville; H. C. Gillis, Annapolis; Arthur Rogers, 
Yarmouth ; Hon W. H. Owen, Bridgewater ; Ross H, Cooper, Spring 
Hill; James Johnson, Westville; E L. While, Canso ; Charles 
Archibald, Cow Bay. 

GRAND CHAPTER OF ROYAL ARCH MASONS OF 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

Grand High Priest, George W. Wakeford, Charlottetown, P. E. I. ; 
Grand King, Joseph A. Gordon, Pictou ; Grand Scribe, William B. 
Alley, Truro ; G Treas., William A. Hesson, Halifax; G Sec, Geo. 
T. Smithers, Halifax ; Grand Chaplains, Rev Richard Avery, Kentvllle ; 
Rev Henry D.DeBloit*, Annapolis ; Rev T. B. Reagh, New London, 
P E. I. ; Grand Captain of Host, Hugh E. Gillies, Annapolis ; Grand 
Prin. Sojourner, Burgess McKittrick, Sydney ; G. R. A. Captain, 
George R, Chisholm, Pictou ; Grand Master, 3rd veil, Henry Grier, 
M D., Halifax ; Grand Master, 2nd veil, William A. McKenzie, Halifax ; 
Grand Maoter, 1st veil, Edward Rothwell, St. John, Nfld. ; Grand 
Steward, Henry W. Dimock, Windsor ; G. Stand Bearer, Gilbert A. 
Smith, M D., Liverpool; G. Organist, C. F. W. Bell. Truro; G. 
Pursuivant, Arthor Rogers, Yarmouth ; Grand Tyler, Comp. J. J. 
McKeil, Halifax. 



Independent Order of Oddfellows. 

Officers Grand Lodge of the Lower Provinces op 
British North America, L O. O. F.— G. Master, Jostph Wilson, 
St. John, N. B. ; Dep. G. Master, T. L. Ch «pp< lie, Charlottetown, 
P. E. L; G. Warden. J. P. Edwards, Annapoiis, N S.; G. Sec'y, 
J. C. P. Frazee, Halifax. N. S. , G. Treas, il. A. Taylor, Halifi.x, 



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N. S. ; G. Chapbiin, Rev F. M. Yi'urg, Ohio, Yarmouth Co., N. S. ; 
G. MiiTHhal, A. 1). G. Vanwart, St. John, N. B. ; G. Conductor, 
Alexander K<ibe'tsni, Sussex, N. B. ; G. GuHrdi>«n, John Keninv, St. 
John, N. B.; G. Herald. J. A. Craig. Yarmonth, N. S.; Grand 
Rt-presentaiives to Sovcreiirn Grand Lodge, Benjamin Bremner, 
C.harlottetown, P. E, I , and Robt Hockin. Pittou, N. S. 

Next Annual Meeting will he held at St. Jnhn, N B., on Wednes- 
day, Aug 13th, 1890 DiH Dei'UtieH— Jas T. Paulin, Pictou, N. S. ; 
P'A Aniey, Thorhurn, N. S. ; T. L. Chappelle, Cliarlottetown, 
P. E. I.; Joseph Wil.son, St John, N. B. ; Wifli^m Bannister, Halifax. 
N. S. ; Thomas M. Grant, Westvill.', N. S. ; J F. Ric'ianls, Frederic- 
ton, N. B. ; C. F. Loashy, Punslioro, N. S. ; Jiimes A. Currie, 
Amliofht, N S ; James C. Wright, Summerside, P. E. I.; J. P, 
Edwards, Granville Ferry. N. S. ; W. R. Sla<le, Oxlord, N. S ; A A. 
Dinning Acadia Mints, N. S. ; James A. Bayiie, Moucton, N. B ; 
J. C. Uontiey, Ciinriintr. N. S. ; John Th(»m|).son, Sus.sex, N. B. ; 
Jesse P. Smith Windsor, N. S. ; Charles S. Woodling, Woodstock. 
N. B. ; Rupert Cnnninyham, Antii:orii»h. N. S. ; A. 1> Smith, 
Chaiham, N. B. ; S. B. Hay, Y«rmoi.th, N. S. ; T. W. Publicover, 
Sydney, C. B. ; Geo Gordon, River John, N. S. 



I. 0. 0. F. Manchester Unity ; Friendly Society, 

; Prov. Deputy Grand 



*er, William Gajje, Halifax ; Correspond'! ncj Secretary, Thomas H. 
(•i,«*, Halifax; Treasurer, Richard E. Saunders. Haliifux ; Trustees, 



Prov. Grand Master, 
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F. W. Goodwin, M D., Halifax; John Suckling, Truro; Thomas 

G. I). Scotland, Halifax. 

Lodges. 

Rridgewater— No. 6803, Queens (8), April 19th, 1887; Odd 
fellows' Hall, every alternate Thursday; Lascelles McDonald, Eureka 
House. • ' 

Bkookfield— No. 6777, Evening Star, (7), Dec. 19th, 1886. 

Halifax— 5.291, Prince of Wales, (I), April 3rd, 1865; 183 
Hollis Street, every Thursday ; Isaac J Castle, 36 Chebucto Road. 
6,682, Vict-ria, (4/. December 26th. 1885; Belleair Hall, North St., 
everv Monday ; Thomas W. Bontilier. Gottiiigen St. 1703, Lans- 
dowlie, (6), Julv Utii, 1886; Oddfe l.ws' Had. 183 Hoi. is St., every 
Wednesday; Thomas Anderson, Ordnance Department. 

Spring Hilt, Mines— Jubilee (9), Nov, 17ih, 1887; Orange 
Hall, every Wednesday ; Arthur Cooke. 

Trcro— No. 6692. Minnehaha. (5), May 14th, 1885; Longhead's 
Hall, 3rd Thursday of each mouth; John Suckling. 

New Era. Lodge of Past Grands, December 9th, 1885, 183 
Kcdlis St , Halifax, 4th Friday- of each mouth ; J. A. Crooks, Coburg 
Road. 



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Grand Loyal Orange Lodge of Nova Scotia. 

Grand Offiobra for 1886-7 — Grand Master, Rev. James 
Bleadsdale, Sambro; Deputy Grand Master », C. C. Churcli, A.J. 
Munro ; Grand Chaplain, Hugh Fraser, Sackville ; Grand Treasurer, 
J. Miller, j.p., Shubenacadie ; Grand Secretary, John C. Gass, 
Shubenacadie ; Grand Lecturer, A. Brechin, Shubenacadie ; Grand 
Director of Ceremonies, J. W. Camming, New Glasgow. 



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Corporation— City of Halifax. 

Mayor, David McPherson Esq. 



Ward No 1, B. V. Pearj«on,J. W. Rhuland, JohL D. Mackintosh. 

2, Mich E. Keefe, Alex G. Hesslein, \Vm Dennis. 

3, Wm V. Pickering, J. T. Hamilton, E. W. O'Uonnell. 

4, David Roche, M. H, Rug^h'S, K. J. Sweet. 

■ '"'• 6, J. N. Lyons, D. L. Johns, M. T. Foster. ' 

6, Saul Mosher, C. W. Outhit, John Davison. ; * ,j ■ 

Recorder, Wm F. MacCoj', Q.c. 

TVcoatwer, Edward G. W. Greenwood. ■ '^ 

Co//ec<or, Robt Theakston. 

Auditor, John A. Bell. 

CVVjj CferA;, Thomas Rhind. ^^ 

Asnttant Clerks, Hetirv Trenaman, William J. Nisbet. 

City Medical Officer, Thomas Trenaman, m.d. 

Clerk of License, Henry 8. Khind. , > •• - , '' 

Injector of License, J. A. Macka^ey. 

Board of aealth, Mayor and Aldermen. Thomas Rhind, Clerk. 

Health and Water Inspectoi's — J E. Burns and Nicholt ^ Meagher. 

Foreman of Streets— J »hn McDonald. 

Foreman of Water WojAjs- Ev«n Morrison. 

Caretaker of (Hy Property— Thos Spelman. 

Measurers of Salt and Grain— John Adams, (Supervisor), Ambrost 
Keating, William Frederick, James Mitchell, Maurice MOonnell, James 
McDamel, D. J. Smith. 

Measurers of Coal- David Barry, {Supervisor), Owen Donahoe, Thomas 
I«les. Thomas i-. Shaw, William Pyke, Simon Cummins, Meinard 
McGibbon, James Payne, Robt Woodill, Charles McCarthy, Wm. R. 
Cogswell. 

Sunftyors o/" /^MTnAcr— William Holland, W. T. Horton. 

Inspectors of Pninttrs' Woi-k — 'fhos Walsh. Edward Walsh. 

Inspectors^ Mason W(»'k — Henry Saunders, Samuel Marshall 

Governor (Hty Prison, William Murray; Matron, Mrt*. Wm. Murray ; 
Messenger, John Mulldowney: Under-keepers, William Higleti, Michael 
Tynan, D. E. Keaiiug. Robt P Mmrav. 

JFet^Aera q/* ^rtjy, Tlu)s. E. Keatintf, W. McC. Boak. 

deeper o/" Ceme/e?'«, James Hutton. ^ • 

Keeper of City Duwling, V&XY\ck Keboe. -^'■' 

Fence Viewers — Wm. Horton, Wm Hnlland. • • ^. 

Sealer (f Leather. — Jermiah Karnst ad. 

Pound Keepers — Thos Robinson, John Boosey. ' - ' = 

Committdes of City Council. 

Public Accounts- Aldermen Sweet. ( Chairman), Pearson, Dennis, 
Pickering, Lyons, Outh t. 



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Police — Aldermen Outliit, ( Chairman), Lyona, Rhuland, KeefeiO'DonneU. 
Ru^gies. 

Cemetery — Aldermen Sweet, ( Chairman), Mackintosh, Heshlein, 
O'F'nnnell, .lolins. Davison. 

Sanitary — Aldermen Keefe, (Chairman), MackintnBh, O'Donnell, Rnclie, 
Johns, Davison. 

Library — Aldermen Mackintosh, {Chairma.*), Dennis, Hamilton, Sweet, 
LyoiiM, r)jivi>on. 

Ctly Pr«on— Aldermen Johns, ( Chaii'mav\ Rhuland, Dennis, O'Donnell, 
Roche, Mosher. 

Tenders— Wdermen Voster, (Chairman), Pearson, Hesslein, Pickering, 
Roche. Mofhcr. 

Laws and Privi/eges —A]de''men Lyo is, (Chairman), Pearson, Hesslein, 
Hamil'on, Rngfrles, Mosher. 

Hackn, Trticks and Omnibusset - AXdermen Mackintosh, (Chairman), 
Keefe. Ilamilton, Ruggles, Johns, Oiithit. 

CAam»V«— Aldermen Pickering, ( Chairman), Rhuland, Keefe, Ruggles, 
Foster, Davison. 

Chief Assessor, S. R. Phelan ; Assistants, J. P. Cairns, Chas G. Creelman. 

Board of Commissionera of City 'Works. 
For the Manaf/ement of the Water Works, Streets, Internal Health, and 
City PropeWj/— Aldermen Mosher, ( Lhairman), Mackintosh, Hesslein, 
Pickering, Roche, Johns. Engineer, E. H. Keating ; Clerk of Works, 
W. B. McNutt. 

Board of Commissioners for Point Pleasant Park. 
John Di'ull, Escj, (Chairman), George Thomson. Esq, (Secretary), Hon 
J. W. Ritchie, VVilIiam J. Stairs, Esq, His Worship tLe Mayor, Aldermen 
Rhuland, Keefe, Hamilton, Sweet, Lyons, Davison. 

Commissioners of Common and Public Gardens. 

Aldermen Hamilton, (Lhairman). Pearson, Hesslein, Rnggles, Foster, 
Outliit, D. F. Power, Charles C Blackadar, (Secretary), Thos. Mitchell, 
M. Conroy. 

Police Court. 

Stipendiary Magistrate, Robert Motton, QC. 

Marshal, or High Constuble, Garret Cotter. Deputy Marshal, Jm Mc- 
Donald. Asst. Deputy, John O'Sullivan. 

Police Sergeants, Nicholas Power, (Detective), Caleb Nickerson, 
Bartholomew Dillon, Chas Nickerson, Wm Collins, Thomas Condon, John 
Baker. 

Pdicemen, John Keefe, Thomas Kline, Reuben Shaw, John Whalen, 
Matthew Sullivan, Joseph McNalley, James Nickerson, Henry Ingles, 
John J. Nickerson, George Wilson, Allen McDonald, James Brady, 
Angus Fraser. Alex Grant, Andrew Sullivan, J D. Beckham, Thomas 
Mont, Timothy Sullivan, Patrick MacCarey. Patrick Dee, John Goldin, 
Fredk Blakeney, Geo Kuhn. P.. Lehan, P. Kingston. A. G'>rman, Jno 
W, Baker, Robt Pace. Stephtn Nickerson, VVm Brown, James Manning, 
Edw Webster. Maurice McKenna, Luuis Nickerson. 

The City Civil Court, presided ovor by the Stipendiary Magistrate, 
(having jurisdiction of sums up to :ji>80). is held in the City' Court House, 
Market Square, on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month. 

The Police Office is open every weeWay, from 10 to 3 o'clock, (except 
on Saturday, when it closes at 1 p.m.) The adu^nistration of Police and all 
executive powers of the corporation is vested in the Stipendiary Magistrate. 

Citizens' Free Library. 

The gift of tho late Hon Sir Wm Young, Kt.. Arg;N'le Hall, Argyle 
Street. Open fr m 12 to 6 p.m., Saturday from 6.3g to 8.30 p.m. 



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Fire Department. 



Fire Wakds. — Chairman, ,Tam«'« Fiolay: Secretarif, F.dward Phnlen ; 
P, Hroderick, Thos Spelman, Mniiric** Kuvunii|;ti, Kdwiinl I'linlan. .loliii 
Kad, Lawrfiice Morrijiuri, (Mias Neal. U II. VlHr^esiHi, Mutthow Coiidoti, 
Cupt WVblty, K. Sliepeatd. .Idlin Sprnin, D. H. ',V.iii|)l)ell, 

Committee of Afaniu/emcnt at Fii'e». — F.dward i'hi'lan, Jas. Finlay, 
Charles Neal, R. H. Margeson, M II Condon. 

Union TinKine Company. 

Cnpt^ Matt Condon. Sec'y, Mich! J. Doyle. Treaa, John E. Burns. 

Union Axe Company. 

Capt, .Tames Webby; Se&y, J. Armstrong; Treas, George Uoweis; 
Marshall, John l)o\ le. 

Union Protection Company. 

Regular meetings, third Tuesday c^'each month, at the Company's Hall, 
Harrington Street. C«/j<, D.i I. Campbell. Vice- Ca/)t, .]ohn (ilnf^Hey. Sec'y. 
A. W. Sturmy. Fin. Sec'y, F VV \V Doane. Keeper of Hall^C. McAlpine, 
Branch, North I'ark Street, Wm. John.son. 



Town of Dartmouth, 

Mayor.— Frederick Scarfe. 

Councillors. — Ward 1. F. G. Dares, Alex Lloy; Ward 2, John 
Greene, A. C. Johnston; Ward 3, C. K. Creighton, Wm. H. Sterns. * 

Standing Committees. 

Schools.— Johnston, ( Chairman), Councillors Creighton Dares, Frank 
Woodbury, Charles H. Harvey 

PuuLio Accounts, Finance and Tkndkrs. — Johnston, Dares, 
Sterns. 

Public Property, Hoads and Streets. — Lloy, Greene, Creighton. 

Police and Licenses — (ireene, Johnston, Lloy 

FiKK AppARArus. Pumps and Wells.— Sierns, Green, Dares. 

Poor, Lunatics and Overseers of Poor —Greene, Lloy, Sterns. 

On Arbitration re Municipal Assessments.- The Mayor, Lloy, 
Greene, Sterns, Creighton. 

Commissioners of Dartmouth Park. — The Mayor, Councillors 
Lloy and Sterns, F. C. Elliot and J. W. Allison. 

Town Officers. 

Stipendiary Magistrate and Recorder — B. Russell. J. P. 

Town Clerk and Treasurer.— A itred Klliott. J. P, 

Chief of Police. Pound-kb:eper, Health Warden and Health 
Inspector — Wm. McKenzie. 

Policeman. Pound keeper. Health Warden and Health Inspec- 
tor.- -J. McLellan. 

Chief Inspector of Licenses.— Wm. McKenzie. 

Town Assessor. — Frank Hyde. 

Assessors.- VTrtrrf 1. J. K. Glendenning; Ward 2, 

Ward 3, G^-o N Roome. -* 

Fire Wards.— Councillor Dares, J R. Glendmning, Henry Durney. 

Fire (Constables.— G. J. T. Ru-^sell Wm Tierney. 

Public Measurers.— J. R Paitirson, sr, Henry Silver, J. Medley. 

Public Weighers. — J. A. Lawlor, Jno Coleman, C. F. Munro, Jas 
Stewxrt. 

Surveyors of Lumber. — S . B. Dares, L. Gates. 



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Kknok Vikwkhh. ".I<»m«s Stewart. W. Dilhnan. Frank U. IMorash. 
Kiii'KH Soijtii-Kni> Toi'M). — (u'o Veck. 

Remsoks^Llkctohal Lj8i«.— Win K. Angwin, 11. II. Harrison, T, 
Mott. 

Municipal Civil Court ^ 

Ifl held at the Town Hall cvory Monday at !() o'clock, a.m. 

Fire Department. 



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FiKK E^r.INK Co. (KHfablLslnd J822). 6>7^/, W. M. Sterna 
H. Craig. Trens, A. McAdani. lat Lieut, .las Harrison. 2nd Lietit, 
Devan. Meet« on (irst Monday of t'a<'h month. 

AxK AM) Lai>i>kk Co. (Kstahlislicil 18t;.5). Capt, .lolm Findlay. 
\Bt lAtut, .lolin .V. Vouiig. /SV'c'y, Jc.lin K. Walker. Meets on tirst 
Tuesday of each month. 

Union PuoTKtTioN Co. (Organized 1870). Capt, J. E. Sti'rns. 
Secy, ti. A. Sterns. Treaa, C. McNal). \»l Lh'ut, G. McQuarrie. 2iul 
Libut^ E. Burchell. Meets on second Thursilay of each month. 



Municipality of New Glasgow, 

Wahdkn — II. A. Walker, II. Sutherland. 

CouNciLLoHH— IFrfvv/ 1. ,1. K. McDonald, C. Kriscr; Ward 2, H. T 
Sutherland, J. U Smith; Wavd'^, .1. H. Sinclair,Jiihn Cumniing. 
Stipendiahy Magistuatk — .ias Roy. 

TownClkkk, Tkkasukkk ani>('i,khk (»f laoE.NsK. — A.M Eraser, J.P 
Municipal Coukt — Terms- First and Third Tuesday of each month. 



Town of Truro. 

Mayor.— D. H. Muir, M. D. 

CouNCiLLons.— fF(r?v/ 1, A. J. Walker, G. W. Stuart; Ward 2, S. G. 
Chambers, W. E. I.o^an; W<mn, A. McKay, T. G. McMullan. 
Recorder and Stipkndiahy Magi8tkatI':.— F. A. Laurence. 
Town Clerk and Treahurkr.— W. D. McCallum. 



Town of Pictou. ^ ■' 

Mayor — Allan A. Ferguson. - 

Councillors — Ward 1, J. H. McKay, J. A. Eraser ; Ward 2, A. C. 
McDonald, Jas Yorston; Ward -i. W. F. Tanner. I). FuUerton. 
Town Clerk, Treasurer and Clerk of License.— Geo D. Ives. 



Municipality of Windsor- 



Warden. — Wm. Currv. 

Councillors. — Ward 1, Clarence Dimock, J E. Curren ; Ward 2, Joshua 
N. Smith. .las E. Graham; Ward 3, H. P. Scott, Wm. O'Brien. 
Recorder and Stipendiary Magistrate. — W. M.Christie. 
Town Clkrk.— Frederick Dimock. 



Town of Sydney, C. B, 

Warden. — Philip H. Morgan g 

CouNCiLix>R8. — Geo L. Burchell. .Tames Hearn, Ronald Gillis, D 
McLallan, Don McDonald. Colin McKinnon. 
Clerk. — Thos C Hill. Stipendiary Magistrate. — Fred Moseley 



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MILITIA. 

Provinoe of Nova Sootla. ^ 

Lt-Col. P. VV. Wornlev, Deputy Adit. Oen. 

i.t-Col. J. U. MarSluine, Hrh/nde. Mnjor. 

I,t-('ol I)« La ('hentis T. Irwin, OttiiwH, I nupeclor of Artillery. 

I.t-Col. J. R. Murray, Supt. of Stores^ ifc. 



Cavalry. 

KiN(JH Troop ok 
Cavalry. 

O'pt, J. W. Rvan 
Lieut, K. S. Masters 
Cornet, H. W. Redden 



Artillery. 

Sydnky Fikld Hatt- 

KHY OF AkTIKLKKY. 

MnJ, Wm McK McLeod 

Cnpt, VV. Crowe, 

2na Lieuts. D^ I^. L. 

Macdonald, John Mhc- 

donald. 
Surg, M. A. McDonald 

IsT "Halifax " Briqadk 
{holifax.) 

Lieut Col, A. E. Cunen, 
Majora, VV. A. Garrison, 

H. A. Bogafs, 
Capts, VV. A. Purcelli 

A. Anderson. 

A. He8sl«iii. 

J. Maxwell, 

F. W. Parker, 

F Oxley, 

W. M. botsford. 

Lieuts, L. J. Mland. 
J. C. DeVVolf, 
J. S. Diraock, 
F. Elliott, 
C. R. Revnolds. 
Henry Flowers, 
VV. L Brown. 

2nd Lieuts, Guy C. Hart 
H. McN. WyUle. 
A H. McLarron, 
J E. G Boulton, 
Geo Tracy, 
T. C. Harvey, 
F. E. Halls. 

Adjt, Wm Jas Stewart, c 
Paymr^ Cnpt E.D.Adams 
Qr M, H. J Harris, c 
Surg, T. R. Aimon. 
Asst Surg, A. Morrow. 



LUNKNnUUO BATTKUV. fli6TH DAT'N. " PRINORRg 

liOUIHK FUHILIKHH 

(HaUfmx)." 
Lf Co/.W,M. Humphrey 



C'ipt. (J. A Polh'v 
iHt Lieut. VV.P. Hunt./) 
Andw Silver, p 

Maiionk Bay Battkry. 
Cnpt, Kdwiini JaniHi^,/; 
IstLteut, (t A. Ernst. 

DioBY Battkby. 
Cnpt, J. Da!y, jo 

Lieut, 

'ind Lieut, E. Hiden,/? 

PiOTou Battkky Garri- 
son Ahtillkry. 

Cnpt, C D. MacDnnald, 
Ist Lt, E.M.MucDonald, 
2nd " J. D. Ferguson 
Hon Surg^n, J no Stewart 

Yarmouth Batt'y, G. A- 
Cnpt. r. R. Jolly 
Lieut, P. Lewis, p 



Infantry. 



63rd Battal'n Halifax 

RiKLKS. 

LtC<-,^' D. Mackintosh 
Mmo. , T. J. Walsh, 

T J. E«an, 
Capts, H. Hechler, 

A G. (yunningham 

E. A. Bent 

J. T. Twining 

VV. .L Butler 

H StC. Silver, 
Lieuts. C. J. McKie 

T. C. James 

R. Blackmore, Jr 

C. K. Fiske 

C. VV. Gunning 

W. L. Kane, 

S. J. R. Sircom, 
2nd Lieuts, A G. Kaizer 

L. Dixon, 

E. R Binney, 

H. W. Mackintosh, 
Adj, J. N. Crane, c. 
Pnym, J. G. Corbin. 
Qr Mr, VV. Bishop, 
Surgn, D. A. Campbell. 
Assido, A. W. Cogswell. 



Mnjs, B. A VVt'slon, 

Jnn. Mentrer, 
Adj, E. G K^-nny, 
Cnpts, E. G. Kenny 

A. M. K. Doull 

H. L. Chipman 

A. Browne 

A. Wliitnmn 

Alex King 

n F. W. Fishwick 

W. M. Black 
Lieuts, VV. IL Stevens 

E. A. Seeton 

T. E Davifion 

C. v.. Hole, 

C Jack, 

J. D. Ritchie 

Edw F. Smith 

A. B. VVilmot, 
2d Lieuts, F. De Wolfe, 

R. H. Humphrey, 

C. H. Mackinlay. 

C. H. Stimpson, 

C L. Worrtley, 
Payvi, A. VV. Sp'ke, c 
Qr Mr, G. W. Hart, m 
Surg, W. Tobin. 
Asst. Surg, M. A. Curry 

68th The Kings County 

Bat'nop Infantry, 

(Kentville.) 

Lt Col, L. DeV Chipman 
Mniors, VVm H. Belcher, 

T R. Harris 
Paym, Barclay Webster 
Quar Mast, P M Brecken 
Surg, F. W. Borden 
Asst Surg, H. B. Webster 
2 Lt^Adj. C.R.Coleman 

Nol Co, {Kentville.) 
Capt, G. A. Dodge 
Lieut, G L. Ward 

No 2 Co, (Canard.) 
Capt, E. W. Beckwith 
Lieut, VV. E. Harris 
2nd Lieut, J. A. Northup 



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NoSOo, (KeiUvUUi.) 
Cnpt, John Kedd^n 
Lteut, J. F. NcHry. 
No 4 Co, (BtlUown.) 

Capt, Kdward Stfiidinan 
Lieut, fc. 11. Ward 
No 6 Co, (Rosa Comtr.) 
Ctjpt, K. W. KoHcoe 
Lieut, W J. i{oHH 
2tkl Lieut, (i. Fjootncr 
Vo 6 Co, (Canning.) 

Capt, C. K. Horden 
Lieut, C. A. K. Kellv 
2nd Lt,(i. W. Nt'WiMim . 

No 7 Co, (Aylrnford.) 
O'pt, (ieoixe WcHt 
Lieut. L. A. Read. 
2nd Lieut, I'.L Kartcaiix 

No 8 C(», (AyUsford.) 

Capt, W'm R. L. KoMter 
Lieut, H. Cas.tidy. 
2nd Lieut, G. S. Cooney 

No 10 Co. 

Capt, D. K. Ross 
Lteuts, F K. RoHS, 
J. Foster. 

69th "IsT Annapomb 
Bat'n op Infantry." 
(Paradise.) 

Lt-Col, W. E. atarratt 
Majora, J. O. Marshall, 

8. i;. Cole. 
Pawn. T. II. Miller 
Adj, \A C H. Cornwell 
Quar Mast, W H Bishop 
Bury, Sam I Primrose 
Aatt Surg, R. J. KlliHon. 

No I Co, (Paradise.) 
Ci'pt, L«'oiiard Klliott 
Lieut, Nor. K. Chute 
2nd Lt, A. A. V\i,kin«. 

No 2 Co, (Paradise.) 
Capt Kdward Wora^ 
Lieut, A. H. Bi-hiip 
2nd Lieut, F. I. Poole. 

No 3 Co, ( Granville.) 
Capt, David Wade 
Lieut, J. H. Graves. 
2nd Lieut, J.C, Withers. 

No 4 Co, (Port Lome.) 
Capt. Joliii Charlton 
Ist Lieut. B. Whitman 
2nd Lt, Wm M. Grant 
No 6 Co, (Round Hill.) 
Capt, G. A. LeCain 
2nd Lieut, G- Barteaux. 



No (I Co. (Dnlhoitsie.) 
Capt. .lofhuu .1. But kler 
Lieut, J. il. Ciiurlton 
'Iiul Lt, Wm Bulkier 

No 7 C<»,(Wfrtr HiL'er,West) 
C'ipt.,). N. K.'llv 
Lieut. A. A. Nicliol 
•Itul Lt,.]. L. Nii;liol ^ 



iSMr<7. J. S. Jacobs 
Ami Sur, G. A. Pickets. 

No i Co, [iMnenburg] 

Capt, .lames W KiiiK 
Lieut, W. L. Ronikey 
2n^/ A<, Danl M. Owen 
No 2 Co, [Lunm^rif] 



No H Co,( Detir Rivi-r, West) Cftpt, 

Capt Obed Miller Lieut, A. Sniith 

^it'H^ J. G. Purdy 2nd Lieut, C. H. Mc- 

No ft Ci»,( Bear Hiver,East)\ Loughlin. 

r"/J^ Walliice Harris ! }io[\V.o,[Lnntnburg'\ 

Lieut L. V. Shiiw. ^ ^„.v^ Alf II. IN-rlect 

ind Lieut, W Purdy. j /,/,«/, J K. Dawcon 

„ ^1 \2ud Lt, ,]. W. Younjf. 

72ni)ou2.vd Ankapolib ' ^ 

Hat'n, (»r//wot.) No4 Co, [MaAr»nf J3a»/] 

/./<-«/< rV*/,ahi|)lM•ySpurr;Cff/»^ John P. Ham 

Miijors. (J. W. Shiifner j b/ Ueut. G. W. Ilnmm 

ni-MnJor, C. Jacques, i2w/ A^ El. .Stanley Lanu 

^'",7"*' \. ^['}^Z' .. 'no » Co, [Mar«H.t River] 

Adj. K. 1'. .\k:Neil.«. i ^ w. Jacob Lannille 
Quar Mast, (,. I). Morse 2n,l Lt.J. A. Langille 

Sura, S. N. Milb-r »t.. « /^ . r m u ..^ 

I ju Tit! I No 6 Co, [New Ross] 

/l«<iS«;v/, J. A. Sponngle ^ . ., .. 

«.r 1 n /ii» / f ^ Capt, A. M. Ross. 
No I Co, (Alr/ivrn .Sc/1/arc^ /• ) 

m Maj if Capt. C Jai n ue8 ,;''*"'/ . "7 

Lieut: Amhw^e I)..<lKe 2«(/ A«e«/, 

'2nd Lieut, I. liawkiiis 



No 2 Co, (/'ort George.) 
Capt, (Jeorfie Roach 
Li'Ut, Beriah Brtl»er 
•2ml Lt, J. li. Parker 
No.'lCo, (Margarrlville) 
Capt, John (i. Howlhy 
ls< /yte«<, Levi (Jatos 
ind Lt, K. U. Downio 

No 4 Co, (Middlcton.) 
Capt, L). G. Riicey 
Lieut V. B. Morse 
•Iml Lieut. M. Parser 

No 6 Co, (Farmington.) 
Capt. II. M I'hnin'jy 
Litut. I I,. Pliinrev 
iml Lt, U.S. Jiicques 

No 6 Co, (Nictaux.) 
Capt, John M. Morse, 
Lieut, llerniiin II. Foster 
2ndLt, A. Whenlock 

T5th "Lunknbuuo" Hat. 

OK INFANTKY, ( ToiVn 

of Lunenburg.) 



Lieut. Col. C. II. Kaul- 

Ouch, 
.\faj»r, R. H. Griffiths 
Paym, A. H Caldwell 
Qr Mas', W. T. Lindsay 



78th "Colohkhtrr 

llANTH AND I'lCTOlJ " 

Uattalion ok HioH- 
LANDEKH, [Tniro] 

Lieut Cot, W. M. Blair 
Major, (MI. Sutlierland 
Pii'yin S. G. (Chambers 
Q,uar Mast, O. Johnson, 
Sury, I). McLean 
As»i ISurf/, VV. S. Muir 
Adjt. r. A. Blackburn 
Han Sur, B UeWFraser 

No 1 Co, [ Truro] 
Capt, II. T. Lawrence 
Lieut, J. Suckling. 
2iul Lt, J as Dover 

No 2 Co, [ Onsiow] 

Capt, (ieorjie Rayne 
Lieut, Petyr Half 
2,id Lieut, R. W. Rayne 
No 3 Co, ^Shubenacadic] 

Capt, Isaac L. Ba nhill 
Litut. J L. Bxrnhdl 
2nd Lieut, A Sutherland 

No 4 Co, [Windsor] 
Capt, Joshua H. Smith 
ia(LC,C H. Dimock 
2nd Lt, T. A. Lawrence 



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No 6 Co, IMUl Brookl 

Copt, Rodk M'Kenzie 
Lieut, J. S. Sutherland 
2nd Lt. D. H. Fraser. 

No 6 Co, [Mount Thorn] 
Capt, Wm Maxwell 
Lieut, G G Mmheson 
2nd Lt, I). D. Cameron 
No 7 Co, [New Lairg] 

Capt, D. Sutherland 

Lieut, 

2ndLt, 



93rd Bat'n of Infantry. 
N, S. [Amherst] 

Lt Col, M. B. Harrison 
Mqfo7', J. A. Black 
Payvi G. K. Church 
QuarMas,l{.J Harrison 
Surg, Jas E. Truemin 
Lt if Adj L B. Donkin 

No 1 Co, [Amherst] 
Capt, Geo H. Black 
Lieut, Wm A. Filln.ure 
2nd Lieut, K\c\\di C. Soy 



No 2 Co, [River Philip] 

Capt, R. L. Black 
Lieuls, D H Eaton, 
P. W. Black 

No 3 Co,[Maccan and River 
Hebert] 

Capt, J. Harrison 
Lieut, R. Christie 
2nd Lt, O. L. Harrison. 

No 4 Co, [Maccan Mount.] 
Capt, H C. Mills 
Lieut, Howard Mills 
2nd Lieut, R. B. Eaton 

No 5 Co, [Oxford.] 

Capt, W Ox ley 
Lieut, \. Col burn 
2nd Lieut, C. H. Croke 

94th Bat. Inf. "Argyll 

Highlanders" 

Baddeck 

Lt. Col W. Binfjham, 
Major, C. W Hill 
P'i%in, 3. L. Bethune 
Adj, H. A Foyle 



Quar Mas, J. McDonald 
Surg, A. D. McGillivray 

No! Co, [Baddeck] 

Capt, W Cain 
Lieut, A V McRae 
2nd Lt, Chas Foyle 

No 2 Co, [Middie River] 
Capt. Charles McRae 
Lieut, J. D. McRae 
2nd Lieut, P. Morrison 

No 3 Co,[ Grand Narrows] 

Capt, J. P. McNiel 
Lieut, M A.J. McDonald 
2nd Lieut, C. J. McNiel 

No 4 Co, [Baddeck] 
Capt, D. ^\ MoRae 
Lieut, M. H McKenzie 
2nd Lieut, J. S. McLean 

No 5 Co, [Sydney, C. B.] 

Capt, J. D. McNeil. 

Lieut, R. Gil! is 

2nd Lt, C. J. McLellan 



: Veritas International Register of Shipping. 

Surveyors to the Bureau Veritas International Register of Shipping* 
British North Arnerica. — Wiilter G. Ray, Halifax ; James Douglas, 
Yarmouth and Windsor; T. H. Sirae,'St. John; William Symons, 
Quebec. 



Lloyds' Agents. 



Halifax — S. Cunard & Co. Pictou — Primrose Bros. Yarmouth 
—J. W. Moody, Sydney, C. B., Archibald & Co. Arichat, C. 
B.— W. R. Cutler. Port Hood, C B. — G. C. Lawrence. Antigonish — 
A. M. Cunningham. Annapolis — Jacob M Owen. Wolfville — Jos. 
R. Hay. Guysborough — Kufus A. Tremain. Lunenburg— W N. 
ZwicKer. Liverpool — Anderson & Bill. Shelburne — Frank C. Blan- 
chard. Barriusrton — Thos. W. Robertson. 



Surveyors to Lloyds' Register of British and Foreign 
Shipping, British North America. 

Halifax, David Hunter; St John, N. li., Charles R. Coker; 
Charloftetowu, P. E. L, H. P. Welsh; Quebec, John Dick; 
Montreal, James G. Shaw ; Toronto, Thomas Harbottle. 



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HALIFAX, N. S. 

Carry the Largest Stock of 

SHIP CHANDLERY, 

— AND — 

HEAVY HARDWARE 

of any House in Nova Scotia. 



In Ship Chandlery anfl FisMng Supplies : 

Cordage, Canvas, Anchors, Chains, Cotton Ducks, Nets, 

Lines, Twines, Cutch, Extract of Hemlock, Corkwood, 

Naval Stores, Varnishes, Linseed Oils, Compasses, 

Flag Iianterns, White JLiead and Coloured Faints. 

IN HARDWARE: 

Bar and Bolt, Sheet Iron, Zinc, Tin, Tin PlateH, Copper Bars, 

and Sheets. We make a specialty of Steel Boiler Plates, 

Boiler Tubes, Steam Tubes, Machinist and Foundry 

Supplies, and direct the attention of Boiler 

Makers to our Stock. ' f 



AGENTS FOR:— Joseph Orundy A Co.'h celebrated make of Nets and 
Lines; Tarmoulh Cotton Duck Co.; Mt. Yernon Cotton Duck Co., (Bal- 
timore) ; Joubert BonnalreH Flax Canvas. 

SoLK Proprietors of the now well-known brand, 

"W.S.S.M" FISH HOOK. 

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TEMPERANCE DIRECTORY. 



Sons op Temperance. — The first Division was organized at Yar- 
mouth, Nov. 17, 1847. The Grand Division was organized April 22, 
1848, incorporated in 1851. There are now three hundred and eleven 
(311) Subordinate Division^ with seventeen thousand (17,000) 
members, — 50 Bands of Hope with 4000 members ; and four Sections 
of Uadets with 140 members; Grand Worthy Patriarch, Robert T. 
Murray, Halifax ; Grand Scribe, Rev. A. W. Nicholson, Halifax; 
Agents and Lecturers of Grand Division, Thomas Hutchings and 
Thomas M. Lewis. Geo. H. Mackinlay, Haltfax, Secretary of Juvenile 
Organizations. Quarterly sessions ot G. D. are held in difi^erent parts 
of the Province, in January, April and July. The annual session is 
held each Autumn in Halifax. 

Independent Order of Good Templars. — The first Lodge in 
this province was organized at Economy, Colchester, July 4th, 1864. 
The Grand Lodge was formed February 5th, 1867. In 1876 the 
disruption occurred on the " colored membership " question, and the 
N. S. Grand Lodge went with the British and other Grand Bodies and 
were known as " I. O. G. T. ot the World." In November, 1876, a 
new Grand Lodge was formed of " Loyal " members to the Original 
Order " American," and two Grand Lodges conducted the Templar 
movement for eleven yea.s. Union was constantly talked and worked 
for, and on 7th July, 1887, in New Glasgow, was consummated. The 
R. W. G. Lodires coalesced the same summer amid great rejoicing 
wherever Templarism exists. 

The chief officers of the United Grand Lodge are G. W. Chief 
Templar, R. D. Duncan, Grand Pre; Secretary, Rev. W. G. Lane, 
Hantsport ; Sup. of Juvenile Templars, B. D. Rogers, Stellarton. 
No. of Lodges, 214, with membership of 8600 ; No. Juvenile Templars, 
24, with 1500 members. Thi; next Annual Ses->ion will be held in 
Windsor, commencing July 4th, 1889. * 

The Blue Ribbon Clubs, under various names, have footing in many towns, 
and iieep up courses of local public meetings which, with the Women's Tempbrancb 
Unions, are largely instrumental in advancing Temperance sentiment. 

The Women's Christian Temperance Union (White Ribbon), has over 500,000 
members throughout the world, and is rapidly increasing in every country Miss 
Francis Willard of Chicago, is at head of this movement. Miss Sarah Ro))inson, 
14 Hurds Lane, is President of the Halifax Union, and Miss E. B. Hart, 51 Lockman 
St., Halifax, Cor. Secy. T;:s North End W. C. T. V.— President, Mrs. A. M. Bell, 
Hawthorne Place ; Cor. Sec'y, Mrs. Howard McLean, 23 North Paik St. I 

The W. C. T. U. of the Maritime Provinces numbers about 3,000 members. I 
Pres., Mrs. W. W. Turnbull, St. John. Cor. Sec'y., Mrs. Judge Steadman, Frede- j 
ricton. Rec. Sec'y., Miss Sarah Robinson, Halifax. The next Annual Meeting 
will be held at Aimierat, in September, 1890. 

Thk N. S. Branch op Dominion Temperance Alliance consists of dele- 
gates from all other societies, combining for united action to secure advanced legis- 
lation, and to enforce e\istii)g laws. The dfficers are: — President, Walter 
McCurdy, Mid. Musqiiodoboit. Vice- Pr est d-^nts, Rev. R. F. Burns, D.D., Kalifax; 
Rev. S. F. Huestis, Halifax ; J. Parsons, Halifax; P. A. McGregor, Now f^ilasgow ; 
Kev. J. S. Coffin, Sydney ; Andrew K rkpatrick, Shubenacadie ; Bowmar Corning, 
Yaimouth. Secretary, Firman McClure, Truro. Treasurer, D. W. B. Reid, Mid. 
Musquodoboit. The next Annual Meeting will be held in Halifax (time to be 
fixed by the Execuiivo). 

The Church Tempekakce Societies and Unions are important factors in 
thi.s great Moral Reform. Catholics and Protestants of all names are working by 
means of societies wirhin their own borders, and many of the active supporters of 
church societies are leaders of the above named organizations. 



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Manufacturer of and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Ear&sss, Mki lorse Clotliias, 

STABLE FURNISHINGS, , 

WMps, Valises, Carnag^e Wraps, 
Horse Covers, &o., &c. 



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SADDLERY HARDWARE and HARNESS MAKERS' 

. SUPPLIES. 

Harness Leather, Patent Leather, 

AND EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO THE TRADE. 



33 & 35 Buckingham Street, 

HALIFAX, N. S. 

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, HALIFAX, N. S. 



IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN 




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Mill, Mining, Railwaj and Manufacturing 

Supplies. 

ENGINEERING & SANITARY SPECIALTIES. 

Rubber Goods for Mechanical Purposes. 



STEAM, POWE!^ AND HAND PUMPS, 



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MACHINERY. 

Of every description. 



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HALIFAX. 



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Attornies and Barristers 82 

Acadia College, WoltVille 198 

Array 43 

Barristers and Attornies 812 

Society 216 

Baptist. Convention N. S. and N. B. .198 

Bible Society 214 

Blind School :^ii4 

Book and Tract Society 214 

British Cabinet ilinisters 9 

British Representatives 10 

British Columbia, Province of: Lt. 
Governor, Executive Council and 

Legislative Aseembly 41 

Banks— Halifax Banking Co 205 

Bank of Nova Scotia 205 

British North America 205 

Union Bank of Halifax 206 

Merchants' Bank 206 

People's Bank of Halifax. . .206 

Montreal 206 

Bank of Yarmouth 207 

Com Bank of Windsor 207 

Exchange Bank of Yarm'uth207 
Dominion Savings' Bank 114,207 

Chamber of Commerce, Halifax 210 

Christian Association 214 

Calendar Pages 56-79 

Chemists and Druggists 190 

County Courts, Sittings of 88 

Clerks 88 

Coal Mines 212 

Colonial Governors , 9 

County Municipalities. . .*. 112 

" Wardens 117 

" Clerks 117 

Courts — Supreme, of Canada 80 

Exchequer of Canada 80 

Supreme of Nova Scotia 80 

Marriage and Divorce 80 

Vice Admiralty 82 

County 88 

Clergy— Baptist 200 

Church of England 190 

Church of Scotland, Pictou.196 

Free Baptist 201 

Lutheran 202 

Methodist Church of Canada. 197 
Presbyterian Church in Ca- 
nada 194 

Roman Catholic 193 

Coroners 92 

Commissioners for Relief of Insolvent 

Debtors 93 

Commissioners out of Province 98 

Commissioners within Province .... 92 

Commercial Department 20.» 

Consuls 234 

Customs Department 120 

Dalhousie College and University. . .203 

Deaf and Dumb School 204 

Deceased Estate, Affidavit Form 87 



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Dominion of Canada— Gov. General. 13 

Privy Council. 13 

' :. Senate 13 

H. of Commons 17 

Dartmouth, Town of. 222 

Deeds, Registrars of. 89 

Dominion OfHcers 118 

Eclipses 50 

Ecclesiastical Depart aent 190 

Educational Depixrtment 202 

Council of Public Instruction. . .202 

Normal and Model Schools 202 

Farm Items 56-79 

Fire Department 222 

Fire Insurance Companies 208 

Gas Inspection 120 

Halifax, City of. 220 

Inland Revenue Department 118 

Insane Asylum 25 

Inspection of Fish and Oils 119 

Insurance Companies and Agencies. 207 

Intercolonial Railway 177 

Judges — Supreme Court of Canai-a . 80 

N. Scotia. 80 
County Courts, Nova Scotia 88 

Probate 89 

Justices of the Peace 96 

King's College, W indsor 190 

Law and Justice, Department of . . . . 80 

Life Insurance Companies 209 

Light Houses 150 

Lloyds Agents 226 

Manitoba^ Province of: Lt. Governor, 
Executive and Legislative Coun- 
cils, and Legislative Assembly,.. . . 39 
Marine and Fisheries Department. . 149 

Marine Insurance Companies 207 

Marriage License Issuers 25 

Masonic 218 

Medical College 204 

Medical Register 183 

Militia Department 224 

Mercantile Companies 210 

Movable Feasts, &c 49 

National and Benevolent Societies . .213 

Navy, The 46 

New Brunswick, Province of: Lieut. 
Governor, Executive and Legisla- 
tive Councils, and Legislative As- 
sembly 29 

New Glasgow, Municipality of. ....223 
Nova Scotia, Province of: Lieut.- 
Governor, Executive & Legislative 
Councils, & Legislative Assembly 21 

North- West Tfrritories 41 

Odd Fellows, 218 

Manchester Unity 219 

Orange Lodge, Grnad 220 

Ontario, Province of: Lieut.-Gov., 
Executive Council and Legislative 

Assembly 37 

Pilot Commissioners and Pilots 149 



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Plctou, Corporation of. 2*23 

Post Office Departr.ient 167 

Nova Scotia PoHtal Division. ..167 
Arrival and Departure of Mails 

at Halifax 168 

Country Post Offices 170 

Rates of Postage 172 

Money Order Brfirtch .176 

Presbyterian College, Halifax 196 

Probate, Judges 98 

" Registrars 98 

Prince Edward Island, Province of: 
Lieut. -Governor, Executive and 
Legislative Councils, and Legisla- 
tive Assembly 31 

Prothonotaries 81 

Quebec. Province of: Lleut.-Gover- 
nor, Executive and Legislative 
Councils, & Legislative Aesenibly. 33 
Railways, Coaches and Steamers. . . .176 

Registrars of Probate 98 

Registrars of Deeds 98 

Revising Officers 98 



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Roval Family of Great Britain 7 

Religious and Benevolent Societies. . 213 

Sydney, Corporation of 223 

St. Francis Xavier's College 194 

Sheriflft 81 

Steame/s 181 

Spring Hill and Parrsboro' Railway. 179 

Supreme Court, Sittings of. 81 

Tariff, The 122 

Telegraph Companies and Offices.. . . 38 

Temperance Directory 228 

Tide Table 62 

Truro. Corporation of. 223 

Vice Admiralty Court 81 

Victoria General Hospital 26 

Weather Guide 47 

Western Counties Railway .180 

Windsor and Annupolis Railway 179 

Windsor, Municipality of 223 

Wesleyan College, RackvUle. . . . 198 

Acadeni/, " 198 

Zodiac, Signs of. 49 




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MACHIN^TS 

COPPERSMITHS .. /r 

PLUMBERS ' ^ V 

GAS FITTERS 

Importers of Iron Pipe and Fittings 
Copper and Brass Tabs 
Boiler Tubes ^ . 

- Boiler Plate 
Machinery 

Engineers' Rubber Goods 
;. Railway and Min ng Supplies 
Steam Engines and Boilers 
Hand, Steam and Power Pumps 
Warren's Felt Roofing. 



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Factories, Tanneries, &c., with Hot Air, Hot Water, or 
Steam, furnished on application. 



Instant Relief afforded in cases of ASTHMA 



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NAO I CO 

LIMITED. 



Nos. 1-7 and 162-172 Barrington Street, 

HALIFAX, N. S. 




STEAM, POWE/f AND HAND PUJPS, 



AND 

Of every description. 

— MANUFACTURERS OF ALL CLASSES OF — 

BRASS, COPPER AND LEAD GOODS, 

And all Requisites for the Application of 

SXKANI, WAXKR AND QAS, 

Patentees and Erectors of Steam and Hot Water Warming and 
Ventilatingr Apparatus, and PLUMBING FIXTURES. 

(See Advertisement, page 230.) 



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-Hon. W»ikefield G. Frye. United States Consul-Gcneral. 
Henry W. Frye, U. S. Vice uiid Deputy " 

Barrinoton — Arthur McGray, U. S. Consular Auont. 
Bridoewater— Win H. Owen, " " 

LivERPOOL-J. N. S. Marshall, " " 

Shelburne— N. W. White, " " 

Lunenburg — Daniel M. Owen. 
Windsor — F^dwiird Young, U. S. Consul. 

Chas E. Hohart, U. S Vice and Deputy Consul. 
Annapolis — Ja<oh M Owen, U. S. Consular Agent. 
Cornwallis — Ehenczer Rand, " " 

DiGBV — Wm B. Stewart, 
Kempt — Fred A. Hobart, 
Parksboro' — Jonathan Stickney, 
Port Joogins — Wni Moftat, U. S. Consular Agent. 
Walton — Alex MeN Parker, " " 

Wolfville — John W. Hamilton, " " 

Yarmouth — Dean F. Currie, U. S. Commercial Agent. 
PiCTOU — G C. Tanner, U S. Consul. 

W. S. Noonan, U. S. Vice Consul. 
Canso— Alfred W. Hart. 

Hawkesbuky and Mulgrave — Alexander Bain. 
Sydney— J. E. Burchell. 
Pugwash and Wallace — Conrad W. Morris. 
Antigonisii— Ruperi Cunningham. 

Consulate of Spain — Don J.M.Lluch, Conaw/, Halifax. W.Purves, 
Vice-Consul, Sydney. Consular Agents, J. M. Owen, Annapolis ; 
C. H. Rigby, Little Glace Bay ; Robie S. Sterns, Liverpool ; Daniel 
Owen, Lunenburg; Howard JPrimrose, Pictou; John W. Moody, 
Yarmouth. 

ViCB-CoNSUL op Fraktcb. — G. E. Francklyn, Halifax; Nether- 
LANDS ViCE-CoNSUL. — Dr. Wickwire. Portuguese Consul. — Thos 
Ahbott. Norway and Sweden Vice-Consul. — I. H. Mathers. 
Austrian Consul — W. H. Hart. Danish Consul — Stephen Tobin. 
Brlgian Consul — Christian Konne. German Consuls. — C. A. 
Creighton, Halifax; G. H. Dobson, Sydney; A. Wilson, Pui.'wash. 
Italian and Chilian Consul. — W. W. Bonnyn. Uruguay Vice- 
Consul. — H W. C. Boak. Hayt-ian Consul — M. Carney. 



WRITTEN ALMANACS. 



The hiatnry of written almanac, dates back to the second century of the Chris- 
tian era. The Greeks at Alexan^^ria, in the time of Ptolemy (100 — 160 A. D.) 
constructed almaiiiiuy. Prior to the writcen almanacs of the Greeks there were 
calendars or primitive almanacs. One of them was found at Pompeii cut upon a 
square block of marble, upon each side of which three months were regfistered in 
perpendicular columns, each headed by the proper sifjjn of the zodiac. There is 
in the Savilian Library at Oxford, England, a manuscript copj' of an almanac 
published in the year 1300 A. D., but the first almanac positively known to have 
been published in Enfjland was "Shepheard's Kalendar," translated from the 
French and printed by Richard Payson, in 1405. 



For Weakness of tlie iids use SIMSOFS GOLDEN EYE WATER, 



Cut Flowers mailed from N. 8. Niirsory, Lockmaii St., Halifax. 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page 
Alien, T. C. & Co., part top Hnen. . . 
Austcti Bros., Railway Stipplies, &c. 2 

Bannister, Wni., Watches & .lowolry 4 
Hell, A. M , Hardware, ton line title 
Biwhop Win., Halifax Marble Works 24 
Black Bros. & Co., Hardware, &c. .. 40 

Boston Marine Ins. Co 24 

Brown Bros. &,Co., bottom lines .. 
Brown, M. H. & Co., Calendar I'ages 
j and 32 

Canada Pa])er Co., Montreal 42 

Cable, Direct Co 38 

Clayton it Sons, ritrbt side lines. . . . 

Ct>renian & Co., Hats, Caps, itc 20 

Cojfswell, A. C. & Son, Dentists 18 

Cooke, C. .1., Fancy Goods 237 

Creiffhtoti ^, MirHhall, Stationers .. 34 

(Jronan, Daniel, Fibh, Oils, Furs 2 

Cunard S. & Co., Coals 240 

Daly, M. B , Iniperi.il hMurance Co. ,32 
Deinpstcf Janiea, Planinyr Mill and 

! Sash Factory 238 

Direct U. S. Cable Co 38 

Dowiiie & Larson, Boots & Shoes . . 40 

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i Epan, Thomas J., Guns, &c 238 

Fuller, H. H. <St Co., Hardware .... 3 

Gordon &- Keith, Furniture 26 

Greer, Geo. M., Insurance, 

inside Tront cover bound. 
Griffin & Keltic, Marble Workers . . 48 
Gray, Harry, Farmer's Hotel lH 

Halifax Carpet Co 26 

Halliday, James, Tailor, side linestitle. 
Harvey, C. H., Comm'n Merchant.. 10 
Hirschfeld, Geo., Sausages, &c ... .125 

Keith, A. & Son, N. S. Brewery 28 

Knight & Co, Stationers, left .side lines. 
Kelly, J. F., Harness, &c .229 

Lane, The Hatter 43 

Leydon & Mackintosh, Tailors 26 

Le Blanc, S., Clothing, Hats. &c 86 

Longard Bros., Machinists, dfcc 237 

Lowell & Co., W.L, Bankers, Brokers 30 



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MeAlplne & Son, Directory 40 

McDougall A. & Son, Wine Mer- 
chants, fic 44 

Macdonald .St Co., Plumbers, &c..230-2:J3 
Mackinlay. A. & W., Stationers . . 23!) 
Mackiiito-'h & Mc^Itines, Builders, .*ico.230 
Manchester, Boberfsmn & Allison, St. 
.lohn, N.B., Calendar pages and. 

Methodist Hook Room 3(i 

Moir, Son & Co., Bakers 44 

.Mumford Bros, Com'n .Merchants.. 28 
Munnis, James K., Clothier 3 

Naylor, J. W., Tinware, A.o 4 

Neily, .1. H. & Co., shipping Agents 20 
Nova Scotia Brewery, A. Keith &Soii 28 

Nova Scotia Dye Works. . 28 

Nova Scotia Nursery, part top lines. 
Nova Scotia Printing Co 236 

Parks, Wm. & Son, Cotton 54-5.5 

Penny, Alex. J., Leather, &e 18 

Philp', John H , Hats, Caps, Fura . 4 
Pickford & Black, Steamship Agents 14 

Power k Co., Machinists 232 

Pyke, Geo. A., Wholesale Grocer .. 22 

Quinn, Felix J., European Hotel . . 34 

Reardon, Thos,, Paper Hanglngs,&c 16 

Robb, A, & Son 3, Amherst 8 

Robson, C. k Co., Dry Goods 22 

Roche, David, Wall Paper, Paints.&c 40 

Salterio, Jas. W., Clothing 236 

Sandford, G. & Sons, Monument8,&c 18 
Schultze, C. G., Watchmaker, &c . . 16 
Scott, James & Co., Grocers, etc .. 11 
Silver, W. & C, Carpets, Clothing. . 20 
Simson's Liniment, bottom lines. 
Smith, J. Godfrey, Calendar Pages. 
Smith, G. M. & Co., Dry Goods .... 47 
Stairs, Son & Morrow, Hardware ..227 

Stephen, A. & Son, Furniture 5 

Street, B. G., N. S. Dye Works .... 28 
Swtet, R. J., Grocer 34 

Wallace, Robt, Sewing Machines, &'c 48 
Wilson, J. E., StO'CS, Mantels, Ac. ll 
Wilson, T. G. A., Boots, Shoes. &c.. 30 



f»rint:^inq . 

OF ALL KINDS 

Neatly, Cheaply and Promptly Executed 



BY 



THE NOVA SCOTIA PRINTING CO., 

p. O. Box 24. 40 Sackville Street, HALIFAX. 



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(Between Ar^ylo and Burrington Sts.) 



A OOMPLKTF AHHORTMENT OP 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, TRUNKS, 

VALISES, &c. 

J AS. W. SALTBRIO. 

I MACKINTOSH & MelNNIS, 

Builders, Lumber Dealers, &c. 

ADAMS' WHARF, hOVfER WATER ST.. HALIFAX, N. S. 

Keep constantly on hand all kinds of 

Timber, Shingles, Laths, etc. 

Which they will sell low for cash. 

Contracts taken for Wood Buildings and Wood work of Stone Buildings. 
All other Carpenter & Joiner Work puijctualiy atteijded to. 

I NOVA SCOTIA PRINTING CO, 

Oor. Saclsville & Granville Sts., Halifax, IT. S. 

Visiting Cards, Wedding Cards, Busiijess Cards, Sl]ow Cards, 
/ ' Circulars, ^{otices. Drafts, Receipts. 

Posters, Ticlcets. 

. BANK AND MERCANTILE PRINTING A SPECIALTY. 

PRINTING 

of every description done at shortest notice and at low rates. Estimates cheerf uUy 
furnished. 



J^IMSON'S TOLU AND ANISEED cures COUGHS, COLDS, 



Bouqneti by matffrom H. 8. NURBERT, Lo«k/au St., Halifax. 



tes cheerfully 



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213 to 221 BoUis Street, HALIFAX. 

Machinists, Steam and jiot Water Engineers, 

COPPERSMITHS, PLUMBERS, &C:. 



BRASS & COPPER WORK FOR ENGINEERS', PLUMBERS', 

AND VESSELS' USB. 

Also— Machinery for Mills, MincH, Factories, &c., inado and fitted up. Public 
BiiiMinirs, ChurchcH, Factorie8 and RiisidenceB supplied with Stoaui and Hot 
Water Heatiny Apparatus, Hot Air Furnuces and I'luuibiii),' Fixtures. 

ImportorN of CAST AND WROUGHT IRON PIPKH AND FITTINGS, 
PU9IP8, 8IIEKT LEAD, LEAD PIPE, Ac, &c. 



•BOliK I'ROI'IUKTOUB AND MANUKACTURKR8 OK TUB 



LONBARD PATENT IMPROVED HOT WATEE BOILER, 



For Warming Buildings. 



C. J. COOKE, 

; LAUOEST MRKCT IMPORTER OF 

English, French, German & American 
IN THE CITY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



Gricket.ng Goods Base Ball Goods, Tennis Setts, Bats 

Balls &c Tr outing Rods. Reels, Flies etc. 

Market, Pic-nic, Work & Fancy Baskets. 

Special value in Violins, Violin String's, Accordeons, Concertinas, 

Harmonics, fiom thn best makers. Small VVares foi Jobbing 

Trade -Dolls, T.-ys Fancy China, Shell Work, kc , 

for Bazaars, &c 

Country OrderH promptly attended to. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

115 4;ninville 8t., Halifax. 



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GUES, I^EVOLYERS, !^IFLES, ETS, 

ALL PRICES AND QUALITIES. . - - ■' . 

Best quality Curtis and Harvey, Hamilton and ^cadia Guijpowder, 
Cartridges, Caps, Cases, Wads, Shot, &c. 

^^ The above goods beinij imported direct, can be sold at the Very Loirefit 
Prices. Guns on hire at reasonable rates. Repairing executed on the premises, 
No oonnectioii.with anv other firm in the city. Agent for the Ontario Canoe Co. 

POST OFFICE BOX 146. 



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BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. 

HAVE IN STOCK 

SCHOOL BOOKS, 

OF ALL KINDS. 

School Room Maps, 

TOGETHER WITH A LARGE AND EXTEN- 
SIVE ASSORTMENT OF - 

Staple I Fancy Stationery, 

WHICH THEY OFFER AT LUW RATES. 



GRANVILLE STREET, 



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SYDHEY COAL 



This Coal ia mined by the General Mining Association, 
Limited, of London, G. B., at North Sydney, Cape Breton, 
and has long been generally knovru under the n:%me of 
" STDNBT COAL," these words being registered as a 
Trade Maik. Owin^ to the appropriation of tUe -word 
" Sydney " in advertising some new mine Cape Breton 
Coals, the public are cautioned that any Coal advertised 
with word "Sydney " added to proper name of mine is 
nut " Sydney Coal " and has no connection w^hatever 
with it. "SYDNEY" and » VICTORIA" Coals are the 
only Coals mined on Sydney Harbor. 

SYDNEY COAL" stands away ahead of all Nova 
Scotian and Cape Breton Coals in its reputation for 
HOUSE USE. It is also an excellent STEAM COAL. 

CUNARD k MORROW, 

HALIFAX, N. S. .■ General Agents. 



VICTORIA COAL. 



This Coal is mined by the Low Point, Barrasois and 
Lingan Mining Co., Ld , at the Victotia Mines, on Sydney 
Harbor, C. B. 

VICTORIA COAL is among the best of Cape Breton 
Ccals, both for STEAM and HOUSE USE. 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



S. CUNARD k CO., 

. General Agent' 



A NTH HA CITE COAL 

For Sale by the Cargo and smaller quantities, by 

S. CUNARD & CO. 



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